Stephanie Losee

Stephanie Losee

Stephanie Kip Losee (born 1965 and raised in Cold Spring Harbor, New York) is an American author, journalist, and cultural critic. She co-wrote the nonfiction books [ "Office Mate: The Employee Handbook for Finding--and Managing--Romance on the Job"] with Helaine Olen (Adams Media: 2007) and [ "You've Only Got Three Seconds: How to Make the Right Impression in Your Business and Social Life"] with Camille Lavington (Doubleday: 1997).

Her personal essays have appeared in three anthologies: [ "Cup of Comfort for Writers"] , [ "Horse Crazy"] , and [ "The Maternal is Political"] . Her articles have appeared in [ "O, The Oprah Magazine"] ; [ "Fortune"] ; [,+2002&author=STEPHANIE+LOSEE&pub=Los+Angeles+Times&edition=&startpage=C.1&desc=MONEY+MAKE-OVER "The Los Angeles Times"] ; the [ "San Francisco Chronicle Magazine"] ; the [ "New York Post"] ; [|422387302 "Child"] ; [ "The Huffington Post"] ; and [ ""] , among others. She is a frequent commentator on [ KQED] , Northern California Public Radio.

From 1990 to 1998 she was a reporter and contributing writer at [ "Fortune"] , where she covered the technology industry. She was a regular anchor for [ "The Fortune Business Report"] on cable station [ NY1 News] . From 1987 to 1990 she was an editor at [ "PC Magazine"] .

She graduated from Dartmouth College with an A.B. in 1987.

She is married to Tom Unger, an attorney and marketing CEO. They have three children and live in San Francisco.

External links

* [ Official Web site]
* [ "Office Mate" Web site]

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