Penelope writes career advice for a new generation of workers. She explains
why much of the old advice is outdated and irrelevant in today's workplace.
She's especially known for test-driving her advice before giving it. Her own
career choices have been featured by Time magazine and the Guardian as
examples of the new issues people face at work today. Both the New York
Times and Business Week cited her writing as especially in tune with today's
Penelope has spent ten years as a marketing executive in the software
industry. She then founded two companies of her own. She's endured an IPO,
a merger, and a bankruptcy. Prior to working in the executive world, Penelope
was a professional beach volleyball player.
Today, Penelope is a columnist at Boston Globe, and her syndicated column
runs in more than 200 publications worldwide. She has written the book Brazen
Careerist: The New Rules for Success. She is also the author of the famous blog
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