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Savvy Woman Magazine
The Publishers Association
Greater New York Independent Publishers Association
White House Oversight Committee
United States Information Agency
Volunteer Counselor and Lecturer for the Small Business Administration and A Member of Missions
Fortune 500 companies
Business Women Marketing Corporation
Psychology and Sociology
State University of New York at Stony Brook
Talia Carner Bio
Talia Carner's Bio
Carner has spearheaded ground-breaking projects centered on female plight and women's activism. 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. 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. © Copyright 2014 Talia Carner
Clergy & Staff | Sutton Place Synagogue
Talia Carner: Princess or Prisoner?
Excerpt from Stifled by Talia Carner
Talia Carner Formerly the publisher of Savvy Woman magazine and a lecturer at international women economic forums, novelist Talia Carner's heart-wrenching suspense novels, PUPPET CHILD, CHINA DOLL and JERUSALEM MAIDEN have garnered rave reviews and awards. As each touches a social issue never explored before, they are often the choice of reading groups in the USA and abroad. Carner's most recent novel, HOTEL MOSCOW, (HarperCollins, 2015) tells the riveting story of an American woman who travels to Russia shortly after the fall of communism and finds herself embroiled in a perilous mafia conspiracy while facing her own Jewish legacy in a country steeped in anti-Semitism. More about Talia Carner: http://www.taliacarner.com/
Talia Carner will be the seventh author featured at the Michael-Ann Russell Jewish Community Center's eight-part Meet the Author Jewish Book Series, on Wednesday, February 24, at 1pm, at the Michael-Ann Russell Jewish Community Center, 18900 NE 25th Avenue, in North Miami Beach. Carner, a former publisher of Savvy Woman magazine and the author of three novels, including the highly acclaimed "Jerusalem Maiden," will discuss her latest novel, "Hotel Moscow. In "Hotel Moscow," Carner tells the story of a daughter of Holocaust survivors who travels to Russia on business shortly after the fall of Communism and finds herself embroiled in a perilous mafia conspiracy that could irrevocably destroy her life.