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Alexandra Levit is a nationally recognized business and workplace author and speaker. She is a syndicated columnist for The Wall Street Journal and a blogger for HuffingtonPost.com.
Ms. Levit has authored several books, including the bestselling They Don't Teach Corporate in College (second edition published in spring 2009 from Career Press), How'd You Score That Gig? (Random House/Ballantine, 2008), and Success for Hire (ASTD Press, 2008). Her book on inspirational career change, New Job, New You, is due out from Random House/Ballantine in early 2010.
Alexandra Levit makes frequent national media appearances and has been featured in thousands of outlets including The New York Times, USA Today, National Public Radio, ABC News, Fox News, CNBC, the Associated Press, Glamour, Cosmopolitan, and Fortune, and her articles regularly appear on the home pages of CNN, MSN, and Yahoo!.
Known as one of the premiere spokespeople of her generation, Ms. Levit regularly speaks at conferences, universities, and corporations including Campbell's Soup, CIGNA, the Federal Reserve Bank, McDonalds, and Whirlpool--on issues facing modern employees. She is also a global spokesperson for Microsoft and has recently been called upon to speak to corporate C-suite audiences and Baby Boomer and Generation X managers about leveraging the talent of the Millennial generation.
A dynamic and down to earth speaker, Alexandra Levit has addressed international audiences ranging from Fortune 500 leaders to small groups of overseas students. In addition to sharing concrete strategies that audience members can employ tomorrow, she peppers her remarks with real life anecdotes from her ten years in the corporate world.
Alexandra Levit is a member of the Business Roundtable's Springboard Project, which is advising the Obama administration on current workplace issues. She has ten years of experience providing integrated marketing communications solutions for Fortune 500 companies and is also skilled at providing guidance regarding twenty-first century motherhood, human resources and general business issues, and entrepreneurship. She graduated from Northwestern University and resides in Chicago, IL with her husband and son.
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