This Could Hurt (Medoff) - Author Bio

Author Bio
Birth—August 21. 1963
Raised—Moved frequently around the US as a child
Education—B.A., Barnard College; M.F.A., New York University
Currently—lives in New York City, New York


Jillian Medoff is an American the author of several works of fiction, as well as a management consultant in communication and human resources. The eldest daughter of a traveling salesman, Medoff moved 17 times by age 17, ultimately settling in Atlanta, Georgia. She has a BA from Barnard College and an MFA from New York University.

Books
Medoff's first novel, Hunger Point (1997) became the basis for an original 2003 Lifetime movie starring Barbara Hershey and Christina Hendricks. Her second novel is Good Girls Gone Bad (2002), and her third I Couldn't Love You More (2012). This Could Hurt (2018) draws on her work knowledge of corporate human resources.

Corporate career
In addition to her writing, Medoff also has a career in management consulting and corporate communications. She’s worked for a wide range of employers across multiple industries, including Deloitte, Aon, Revlon, Max Factor and Medco.

Currently, Medoff is a Senior Consultant with The Segal Group, advising clients on communication strategies for all aspects of the employee experience. This includes workforce engagement, performance management, and professional development. She’s fluent in HR practices and procedures, as well as benefits and pay programs. (Adapted from Wikipedia. Retrieved 1/30/2018.)

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