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Jill Susan Pollack Edit Profile

Jill Susan Pollack is an American writer, who in her works mainly pays attention to gay and lesbian issues as well as biographies.

Background

Mrs. Pollack was born on July 26, 1963, in Cleveland, Ohio, United States. She is a daughter of Richard (in sales) and Beverly (a realtor; maiden name, Perry) Pollack.

Education

Jill Pollack was a graduate of George Washington University, from which she received her Bachelor of Arts in 1985. She also did graduate studies at DePaul University.

Career

From 1985 to 1986 Mrs. Pollack worked as a traffic manager at Power House of Communications, Washington. Between 1986 and 1988 he was an assistant director of marketing and development at Northlight Theatre, Evanston, Illinois. Since 1988 he became a senior account executive at CM Communications, Chicago.

Starting from 1993 Jill Pollack has become a full-time writer and concurrently an activist in lesbian and gay politics.

Achievements

  • Mrs. Pollack is a popular lesbian and gay activist and she is also prominent for her writings.

Views

Quotations: "To truly understand the world around us we must understand the lives of those who came before us. This is especially true for women. Women’s lives and accomplishments in history are well-kept secrets. I try to uncover those secrets and share what I learn.”

Interests

  • Sport & Clubs

    softball

  • Other Interests

    studying sign language, theater

Connections

Since May 23, 1993 Jill Pollack's life partner has been J. J. Loewe (a consultant).

father:
Richard I. Pollack - American

mother:
Beverly C. (Perry) Pollack - American

Husband:
J. J. Loewe