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Zelda Stern

Reference Specialist


Zelda Stern joined Isaacson Miller in 2016. Previously, as a writer, editor, and public relations professional, she wrote scripts for award-winning multimedia shows produced for the public and nonprofit sectors, consulted for museums and foundations, directed publicity and media efforts for an e-commerce company, and served as director of public relations and development for the Williams College Museum of Art and the Williamstown Art Conservation Center. Prior to moving to the Berkshires, she was a research and editorial associate at the Asia Society in New York. Zelda is also the author of The Complete Guide to Ethnic New York, and co-editor and co-translator of Mao's Harvest, an anthology of Chinese stories, essays, and poems written by members of the Red Guard generation. She holds a BA in Asian cultures from Barnard College.