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Judie Kleyman Berke

editor , publisher

Judie Kleyman Berke, American publisher, editor. Trustee The Happy Spot School, New York City, 1972-1975. Member National Association of Female Executives, National Federation Business and Professional Women, American Academy Political and Social Science, Women in Animation.

Background

Berke, Judie Kleyman was born on April 15, 1938 in Minneapolis. Daughter of Maurice M. and Sue (Supak) Kleyman.

Education

Student, Minneapolis School Art, 1959. Student, University Minnesota, 1960.

Career

Freelance illustrator and designer, since 1959. President Berke-Wood, Incorporated, New York York City, 1971-1980, Manhattan Rainbow & Lollipop Company subsidiary Berke-Wood, Inc., 1971-1980, Get Your Act Together, New York City, 1971-1980, Coordinator Publications, Inc., 1982-1987. President, Chief Executive Officer Health Market Communications, since 1987.

President Public and Media Services, Burbank, California, since 1987. Public, editor Continuing Care Coordinator, Health Watch magazines. President Continuing Care Coordinator Conventions and Seminars.

President Rainbow and Lillipop Productions, since 1994. Consultant to film and educational companies. Guest lecturer various colleges universities in California and New York, since 1973.

Consultant, designer Healthy Lifestyle magazine.

Works

  • Writer, illustrator, director numerous educational filmstrips, 1972— including Focus on Professions, 1974, Focus on the Performing Arts, 1974, Focus on the Creative Arts, 1974, Workstyles, 1976, Wonderworm, 1976, Supernut, 1977. Author, illustrator film Fat Black Mack, 1970 (San Francisco Educational Film Festival award, part of permanent collections Museum Modern Art, New York City). Designer posters and brochures for various entertainment groups, since 1963.

    Composer numerous songs including Time is Relative, 1976, Love Will Live On in My Mind, 1976, My Blue Walk, 1976, You Make Me a Baby, 1982, Let's Go Around Once More, 1983, Anytime Anyplace Anywhere, 1987, Bittersweet, 1987, Sometimes It Pays, 1987, Gimme Back My Money Blues, Everybody Wants Me But the One I Love, Skin to Skin, It's Your Turn to Sing the Blues, Deny Till You Die, Men Just Call It Woman Talk, Poor Me, Women's Work is Never Done, 1993. Composer, author off-Broadway musical Street Corner Time, 1978. Producer: The Real Estate television Shows, 1988-1989.

    Contributor children's short stories to various publications, also articles.

Membership

Trustee The Happy Spot School, New York City, 1972-1975. Member National Association of Female Executives, National Federation Business and Professional Women, American Academy Political and Social Science, Women in Animation.

Connections

father:
Maurice M. Kleyman

mother:
Sue (Supak) Kleyman