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Ms. Talia Carner

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Novelist

Local Address: New York City, New York, United States
Talia Carner
 
Background

Employment History

  • Publisher
    Savvy Woman magazine
  • Teacher
    Long Island University School of Management
  • Adjunct Professor
    Long Island University School of Management
  • Counselor and Lecturer for the Small Business Administration, A Member
    Long Island University School of Management
  • Founder and President
    Business Women Marketing Corporation
  • Adjunct Professor
    Long Island University
  • Marketing Manager
    Redbook

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Board Member
    Hadassah
  • Board Member
    HBI
  • Founder
    White House Oversight Committee
  • Founder
    Fortune 500 companies
  • Founder
    Business Women Marketing Corporation

Education

  • Master's degree , Economics
    State University of New York at Stony Brook
  • B.A. degree , Psychology and Sociology
    Hebrew University
  • bachelor's degree , psychology and sociology
    Hebrew University
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Talia Carner Bio
www.taliacarner.com, 23 Sept 2014 [cached]
Talia Carner's Bio
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Carner has spearheaded ground-breaking projects centered on female plight and women's activism.
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Ms. Carner's first novel, PUPPET CHILD, was listed in "The Top 10 Favorite First Novels 2002" and launched a nationwide legislation (The Protective Parent Reform Act) that became the platform for two State Senatorial candidates. CHINA DOLL made Amazon's bestsellers list and served as the platform for Ms. Carner's presentation at the U.N. in 2007 about infanticide in China-the first ever in U.N. history. Her latest published novel, JERUSALEM MAIDEN, (HarperCollins, 2011,) won the Forward National Literature Award in the "historical fiction" category. In summer 2015, HarperCollins will release Carner's newest novel, HOTEL MOSCOW, which an eye-opening portrait of post-communist Russia and a profound exploration of faith, family, and heritage.
Over 50 of Carner's award-winning short stories, articles and personal essays have appeared in anthologies, literary magazines and leading websites.
Ms. Carner is a board member of HBI, a research center for Jewish women's life and culture at Brandeis University. She is also an honorary board member of several anti-domestic violence and child abuse intervention organizations. She is married to Ron Carner, president of Maccabi USA. The couple has four grown children and reside in Manhattan and Bridgehampton, NY.
Talia Carner's addictions include chocolate, ballet, hats-and social justice.
A FULL BIO
Before turning to fiction writing, Talia Carner worked for Redbook magazine and served as the publisher of Savvy Woman magazine. An adjunct professor of marketing at Long Island University and a marketing consultant to Fortune 500 companies, she was a volunteer counselor and lecturer for the Small Business Administration and a member of United States Information Agency missions to Russia, teaching women entrepreneurial skills. Carner's activities in women's organizations led to her participation at the 1995 International Women's Conference in Beijing, where she learned of the atrocities of The Dying Rooms-the Chinese orphanages where the documented death rate was 80%-and about the U.S.'s courts betrayal of molested children. Helping African women to develop a campaign against clitoridectomy, she was exposed to the plight of women in societies that subjected millions of girls to this brutal mutilation. Her education about violence against women continued when she assisted Indian women in a campaign to end the burning of brides over dowry disputes. She also researched the lives of women in religious oppressive societies. A sought-after keynote lecturer at renowned organizations, Carner speaks on both universal and culture-specific issues facing today's women across the globe.
Those issues are crystallized in Carner's upcoming novel, HOTEL MOSCOW, (HarperCollins, summer 2015,) an eye-opening portrait of post-communist Russia and a profound exploration of faith, family, and heritage.
In the early 1980s, while at Redbook magazine, Carner was the first to define the characteristics of female baby-boomers as having a later marriage-age and being more educated, career-oriented, and health- and civic-conscious than their older counterparts. While the publisher of Savvy Woman magazine-then one of only four females to head a major American magazine-she was the first to document the demographics of female business owners. Launching her own marketing consulting firm to Fortune 500 companies, Carner commissioned independent research and challenged both public perceptions and the U.S. government's definition of entrepreneurship, a debate that ultimately established the White House Oversight Committee and brought changes to the way the Office of Labor Statistics gathered and analyzed data about husband-wife business ownership.
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A 7th generation Sabra born in Tel Aviv, Israel, Ms. Carner served in the Israel Defense Force (IDF.) She received a B.A. degree from Hebrew University in Jerusalem in Psychology and Sociology and a Master's degree in Economics from the State University of New York at Stony Brook.
Talia Carner is a board member of Hadassah-Brandeis Institute, (HBI) the Jewish women research center at Brandeis University. She is also an honorary board member of several anti-domestic violence and child abuse intervention organizations.
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Talia Carner
Talia Carner's first novel, PUPPET CHILD, was listed in "The Top 10 Favorite First Novels 2002" (BookBrowse.com) and launched a nationwide legislation that became the platform for two State Senatorial candidates. Her second novel, CHINA DOLL (2006) became the platform for her U.N. presentation in 2007 about infanticide in China--the first in U.N. history--and brought her keynote speaking invitations to over 60 events.
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Before turning to writing fiction full-time, Carner worked for Redbook magazine, was the publisher of Savvy Woman magazine, and founded a successful marketing consulting firm servicing Fortune 500 companies. She taught at Long Island University's School of Management and was a volunteer counselor and lecturer for the Small Business Administration. In 1993 she was sent twice by the United States Information Agency to Russia, and in 1995 participated in the NGO women's conference in Beijing.
Talia's personal addictions include chocolate, ballet, Sudoku, hats-and social justice.
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Books by Talia Carner
DAn American pop singer on a concert tour in China is on a collision course with the world's two superpowers when trying to save a Chinese baby girl from death.
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Where to Purchase Books by Talia Carner
Talia Carner - PUPPET CHILD
www.mecoxhudson.com, 1 Nov 2006 [cached]
TALIA CARNER PRESS RELEASE
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Author Talia Carner, who investigated foreign orphanages and adoptions sees Madonna's story as a call to action.
"The alternative to baby David's life would have been death," says author Talia Carner following Oprah's October 25th interview of Madonna. "Being familiar with the appalling conditions in orphanages in China, I had no doubt that in Africa, where the entire population is impoverished and at high health risk, these institutions are far worse. Ms. Carner is also quick to defend Madonna against those accusing her of using the adoption of a baby as a publicity stunt. "Any parent-including the journalists that have leveled such irresponsible charges at the celebrity-knows that parenting is the most serious emotional and physical commitment anyone can make, one you can never reverse. No one, especially a performer with a hectic life filled with artistic creativity and extensive travel, would make such a commitment without giving it their all."
Carner speaks from knowledge, having researched extensively both the music industry and infanticide for her just released novel.
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Against the winds of negative publicity, Ms. Carner has been defending Madonna, praising the star's charitable activities. "Instead of attacking her," Carner says, "Americans should be flocking to foreign adoption agencies to save babies by opening their homes and their hearts to them. We need to follow Madonna's example to adopt children who, most likely, will not live past the age of five."
On the other hand, Carner, who had worked with African women's groups, points out the difference between African and Chinese orphanages, where infant mortality can reach 80%.
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To the question whether Madonna has read Talia Carner's novel, Mr. Walters responded that he didn't know, but hoped to get a copy into the diva's hands by way of thanking her for her courageous stance on an issue by setting an example.
About the Author of CHINA DOLL: Talia Carner was the publisher of Savvy Woman magazine. A former adjunct professor at Long Island University School of Management, she was also a counselor and lecturer for the Small Business Administration, a member of United States Information Agency missions to Russia, and a participant at the 1995 International Women's Conference in Beijing. Ms. Carner's first novel, PUPPET CHILD, was listed in The Top 10 Favorite First Novels 2002 by BookBrowse and, reaping over forty rave reviews, launched a nationwide legislation that is the platform for two Senatorial candidates. Her personal essays and short stories have appeared in The New York Times and in literary magazines and anthologies. Talia Carner and her husband Ron, have four grown children. The couple lives in Bridgehampton, Long Island and in Manhattan, New York.
by Talia ...
www.moxiemag.com, 19 Mar 2010 [cached]
by Talia Carner
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Talia Carner is a novelist with three yet-to-be-published novels. Her theme is motherhood threatened by big government. Her personal essays have been published in The New York Times, Happy Times News, as well as in parenting and career women's publications. She is a regular contributor to Chocolate for Women's anthology published by Simon & Schuster, and has twice won in the Writer's Digest Writing Competition. Before writing full-time, Carner founded Business Women Marketing Corporation, a marketing consulting firm whose clients were Fortune 500 companies, and was the Publisher of Savvy Woman magazine. She lives in New York.
Talia Carner BIO
www.mecoxhudson.com, 17 Sept 2006 [cached]
Talia Carner's Bio
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Ms. Carner's first novel, PUPPET CHILD, was listed in "The Top 10 Favorite First Novels 2002" and launched a nationwide legislation (The Protective Parent Reform Act) that became the platform for two State Senatorial candidates. CHINA DOLL made Amazon's bestsellers list and served as the platform for Ms. Carner's presentation at the U.N. in 2007 about infanticide in China-the first ever in U.N. history. Over 50 of Carner's award-winning short stories and personal essays have appeared in The New York Times, anthologies, and literary magazines. Her new novel, JERUSALEM MAIDEN, (HarperCollins, June 2011,) deals with the place of women in extremely religious societies.
Ms. Carner is a board member of HBI, a research center for Jewish women's life and culture at Brandeis University, and an honorary board member of several anti-domestic violence and child abuse intervention organizations. Her addictions include chocolate, ballet, hats-and social justice. Talia Carner and her husband Ron have 4 grown children and reside in Manhattan and Bridgehampton, NY.
A FULL BIO
Before turning to fiction writing, Talia Carner worked for Redbook magazine and served as the publisher of Savvy Woman magazine. An adjunct professor of marketing at Long Island University and a marketing consultant to Fortune 500 companies, she was a volunteer counselor and lecturer for the Small Business Administration and a member of United States Information Agency missions to Russia, teaching women entrepreneurial skills. Carner's activities in women's organizations led to her participation at the 1995 International Women's Conference in Beijing, where she learned of the atrocities of The Dying Rooms-the Chinese orphanages where the documented death rate was 80%-and about the U.S.'s courts betrayal of molested children. Helping African women to develop a campaign against clitoridectomy, she was exposed to the plight of women in societies that subjected millions of girls to this brutal mutilation. Her education about violence against women continued when she assisted Indian women in a campaign to end the burning of brides over dowry disputes. A sought-after keynote lecturer at renowned organizations, Carner speaks on both universal and culture-specific issues facing today's women across the globe.
As Carner researched and wrote about the difficulties women face, she examined her own family's ten-generation history in Jerusalem. Because her grandmother, with whom she had been close, had been blocked from developing her extraordinary artistic talent, Carner set out to explore the religious world in which obedient 12- to 14-year-olds were expected to hasten the Messiah's arrival and save the world Jewry by procreating. Her novel JERUSALEM MAIDEN (HarperCollins, June 2011,) depicts a woman's struggle for self-expression against her society's religious dictates.
In the early 1980s, while at Redbook magazine, Carner was the first to define the characteristics of female baby-boomers as having a later marriage-age and being more educated, career-oriented, and health- and civic-conscious than their older counterparts. While the publisher of Savvy Woman magazine-then one of only four females to head a major American magazine-she was the first to document the demographics of female business owners. Launching her own marketing consulting firm to Fortune 500 companies, Carner commissioned independent research and challenged both public perceptions and the U.S. government's definition of entrepreneurship, a debate that ultimately established the White House Oversight Committee and brought changes to the way the Office of Labor Statistics gathered and analyzed data about husband-wife business ownership.
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A 7th generation Sabra born in Tel Aviv, Israel, Ms. Carner served in the Israel Defense Force (IDF.) She received a B.A. degree from Hebrew University in Jerusalem in Psychology and Sociology and a Master's degree in Economics from the State University of New York at Stony Brook.
Talia Carner is a board member of Hadassah-Brandeis Institute, (HBI) the Jewish women research center at Brandeis University. She is also an honorary board member of several anti-domestic violence and child abuse intervention organizations. She and her husband, Ron, have four grown children. The couple lives in Bridgehampton, Long Island and in Manhattan, New York.
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