Carlota Zimmerman is a graduate of Wellesley College, Middlebury College Language School and Indiana University-Bloomington School of Law. In 2008, Carlota launched her coaching practice, www.carlotaworldwide.com, crafting personalized, realistic solutions to help men and women around the world, manifest their personal and professional goals. As the Creativity Yenta, Carlota is committed to helping her clients take back their power! Before becoming an entrepreneur, Carlota was a produced playwright and a TV writer/producer. She lived and worked in Russia, India and China, and across the United States. She is fluent in Russian. At the age of 18, her first play, "Man at His Best," won the 1991 Young Playwrights Festival and was produced off-Broadway, under the direction of Mark Brokaw. The play was favorably reviewed in New York Magazine, The New York Times and The Village Voice, and continues to be performed around the world. As a TV journalist, Carlota worked in the newsrooms of CNN, FOX News, ABC, MSNBC and NBC News. She received her law degree in 2007. While a law student, Carlota interned for Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, and clerked for Judge Obus of the New York State Supreme Court. Carlota's articles have been published by The Huffington Post, Thought Catalog, EliteDaily and MSNBC. She was named a "social media expert" by US News & World Report, in an article on effective methods for using LinkedIn. Carlota has held workshops at the New York Public Library, CUNY, Young Playwrights, INC., SUNY & Queens Council on the Arts. During Social Media Week NYC 2015, Carlota moderated a panel helping female professionals and artists use social media to identify and achieve their career goals. At BlogHer 2015, during the Social Media Bootcamp, Carlota co-hosted a "lightning round" panel on best professional practices for using Google+. Last November, she led a series of "social media round-tables" at Pennsylvania Conference for Women. She's been profiled in Latina Magazine, the Wellesley Times, QueensLatino.com, among other sites. Her career advice has been cited in the NY Post, Mediabistro, Everup, Her Campus, Elite Daily and many other sites and publications.