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Mack Gelber

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Mack Gelber is a Brooklyn-based writer and editor who has covered entertainment for AOL TV, and contributed fiction to numerous literary journals including Juked and Neon. He is a graduate of Oberlin College, where he studied creative writing. Twitter: @mackgelber

Rhona Bronson

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Rhona Bronson has spent more than 30 years in various marketing and communications positions with well-known consumer product and media brands. After being laid off as a Senior VP of Marketing in 2009, she started her own business marketing consulting company in North Jersey. She hung up her entrepreneurial hat after being recruited to lead a marketing group for a well-known regional newspaper in South Jersey. Laid off again in 2013, she conducted a focused job search resulting in her newest position as Director of Marketing for the Delaware River and Bay Authority. Follow her on Twitter - @marketingplaza.

Max Dorfman

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Max Dorfman is a graduate of Sarah Lawrence College, where he studied Political Theory and Psychology, and Columbia University, where he earned his MA in Clinical Psychology. He has worked in various capacities in the mental health field, from rehabilitation centers, to a jail, and currently, a school for children with behavioral issues and learning disabilities.

Kristen Felicetti

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Kristen Felicetti is a writer, editor, and filmmaker. Her writing has appeared in Shabby Doll HouseHobartElectric Literature, failbetter, The Fanzine, and elsewhere. She is the editor of The Bushwick Review and lives in Brooklyn.

John Hoover

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John Hoover, PhD, coaches executives and others to venture outside of their boxes.  By day he is a mild-mannered  SVP at Partners International in New York City (partners-international.com) and is an executive coach who is really and truly certified by the ICF, a coach supervisor certified by the Coaching Supervision Academy, & a former Marriage & Family Therapy intern, licensed by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences.  It's all about relationships, if you haven't picked that up.  Dr. John's hat trick--executive, coach, and PhD--is the perfect storm for supervising executive coaches & working as a thinking partner to those developing leadership and talent strategies that align what individuals do best with what organizations need most. (More relationship stuff.)  With more than 12 books to his credit, including the New York Times, Business Week, and Wall Street Journal best-selling "How to Work for an Idiot," Dr. Hoover co-created the Contextual Coaching™ framework at Partners International & teaches "How to Manage the coaching Function in Organizations" at Fielding Graduate University.

Shelley Huber

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Shelley Huber writes about workplace issues, leadership, and wellness. She is the founder of MindBody360, a content development and consulting firm that works with corporate clients to develop programs and workshops on leadership presence and stress management.

Jill Jacinto

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I'm curious by nature. I ask a lot of questions and often have my nose buried in a newspaper, book or blog. I'm always the first person to say, "Let's Google it." My curiosity led me to become a journalism major and from there an on-air reporter for the financial news website, Minyanville. I am currently the Associate Director of Editorial & Communications for WORKS by Nicole Williams, which is a lifestyle brand that helps young professional women with their career success. I've also worked very closely with LinkedIn for the last few years. Helping young women discover their career dreams via writing, mentoring & profile makeovers is a passion of mine. Uncovering their desired careers and helping them succeed is very rewarding. My advice has appeared in Yahoo! Finance, Fox Business, Bloomberg Radio, MSN Money, Refinery 29, Reuters, Business Insider Cosmo for Latina.

Carol Kopp

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Carol Kopp is a veteran producer, developer, writer and editor for Internet news sites. She was formerly a senior news producer for CBSNews.com. She has created personal finance features for CNBC, developed a travel database for a national business consortium, and writes features about the business of consumer technology for Minyanville.com. She was senior news manager of the pioneering Prodigy online news service.

Miriam Salpeter

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Miriam Salpeter is a job search and social media consultant, career coach, author, speaker, resume writer and owner of Keppie Careers. She is author of Social Networking for Business Success, Social Networking for Career Success and 100 Conversations for Career Success. Miriam teaches job seekers and entrepreneurs how to incorporate social media tools along with traditional strategies to empower their success. Get her free white paper: 5 Mistakes Job Seekers Make and How to Avoid Them.

Erik Sherman

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Erik Sherman has written for the Wall Street Journal, Inc, Newsweek, the New York Times Magazine, and other publications. He's a regular contributor to CBS MoneyWatch and Inc.com. Follow him on Twitter at @ErikSherman.

Jack Silbert

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Jack Silbert is a humor writer, journalist, children's author, editor, movie reviewer, weekly internet-radio DJ, and frequent master of ceremonies. His writing has appeared in such publications as the New York Times, New York Press, Weird New Jersey, New Jersey Monthly, Nickelodeon, Glamour, Parent and Child and a wide variety of websites including Gawker and Media Darlings. During his lengthy tenure as editor with Scholastic Classroom Magazines, he proudly accepted the AEP's Golden Lamp Award for best periodical, 2009. Jack lives in Hoboken, New Jersey, and is rather fond of independent music, baseball, and sandwiches. Additional humorous ramblings by Jack can be found at saltinwound.com.