A Conversation with Pam Jenoff
Save the date now for this exciting event with best-selling author, Pam Jenoff, on March 14 at 10:30 a.m.
Good Books & Good Company
Join us on as we discuss the Code Name Sapphire on Thursday, December 7 at noon and Lost Girls of Paris on Tuesday, February 6 at noon. We will wrap up these discussions with a conversation with NYT Best Selling Author Pam Jenoff live on our big screen on Thursday, March 14 at 10:30 a.m. at the Myerberg. She will donate her normal speaking fee for this event.
Participate in the book club discussions on December 7 and February 6 and enter a drawing for a chance to win a $25 gift card from Barnes and Noble.
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Pam Jenoff was born in Maryland and raised outside Philadelphia. She attended George Washington University in Washington, D.C., and Cambridge University for her master’s in history from Cambridge.
She accepted an appointment in the Pentagon as Special Assistant to the Secretary of the Army. The position provided a unique opportunity to witness and participate in operations at the most senior levels of government. Pam then moved to the State Department and in 1996 was assigned to the U.S. Consulate in Krakow, Poland. It was during this period that Pam developed her expertise in Polish-Jewish relations and the Holocaust. Working on matters such as preservation of Auschwitz and the restitution of Jewish property in Poland, Pam developed close relations with the surviving Jewish community.
Pam left the Foreign Service in 1998 to attend law school and graduated from the University of Pennsylvania. She worked for several years as a labor and employment attorney both at a firm and in-house in Philadelphia and now teaches law school at Rutgers.
Pam is the NYT bestselling author of The Woman With The Blue Star, The Lost Girls of Paris, The Orphan’s Tale, The Kommandant’s Girl, The Diplomat’s Wife, The Ambassador’s Daughter, The Last Summer at Chelsea Beach, The Winter Guest, The Things We Cherished, Almost Home, and A Hidden Affair. She also authored a short story in the anthology Grand Central: Original Postwar Stories of Love and Reunion.