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from the New York Post featuring Carlota!

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Who is Carlota?

Success Strategist Carlota Zimmerman, J.D., helps men and women from all walks of life, and of all ages, to identify and achieve their goals, with the primary objective of enhancing her clients’ professional and personal lives in meaningful ways.
Helping clients improve their lives in all aspects that count, Carlota’s expert counseling extends from focusing on clearly defining ambitions, uncovering networking secrets and crafting dynamic elevator pitches to successful job-hunting strategies, social media recommendations, and more. Her clients are located across the U.S., Australia, and Western Europe.
Her coaching practice was launched after law school, assisting lawyer friends with their professional aspirations. Word-of-mouth of her successes helping these clients transform their lives led to men and women from other professions — technology, finance, education, government and the arts — to seek out Carlota’s concierge coaching services.
Carlota’s articles on personal and professional development have been published by Huffington Post, XOJane and Above the Law, among others. Named a “social media expert” in 2014, her career advice has been quoted over the years by NY Post, Mediabistro, Recruiter.com, Everup.com, The Street, and MSN, to name but a few. She was the Keynote Speaker at Wellesley College’s Latina Month Events, and spoke at Social Media Week NYC 2015, BlogHer15 and the PA Conference of Women. She has been profiled in New York Magazine’s The Cut and Latina Magazine.
Carlota is an honors graduate of Wellesley College, Middlebury College Language School and IUB Maurer School of Law at Indiana University. Prior to starting her business, she was a produced playwright, and worked in TV news in Russia, Washington, D.C. and New York City.

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