Corinne Katz Hoexter

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Please note that this bio was last published in the 1979 or 1980 City Calendar
It may be seriously out of date, and Englewoodbook.org appreciates any contribution to update it.

Corinne Katz Hoexter

Corinne Katz Hoexter
Nationality American
Alma mater Wellesley College (BA)
University of Chicago (MA)
Occupation Editor
Employer ASIA Publciations
Home town Englewood, NJ
Known for Editor, Author
Spouse(s) Rolf Hoexter
Children Vivien; Michael Frederick

Corinne Katz Hoexter - is Managing Editor, ASIA magazine, published by the Asia Society; formerly Managing Editor, Portfolio and Art News Annual; Picture Editor, J.J. Little and Ives; Managing and Associate Editor, Pines Publications; Associate Editor, Auto Age; Assistant Editor, Parents Magazine. Author of From Canton to California: The Epic of Chinese Immigration (Four Winds Press); Black Crusader, Frederick Douglass (Rank McNally); and co-author, A Nation Conceived and Dedicated (Scholastic), as well as contributor to periodicals. Founding trustee, Flat Rock Brook Nature Association; Steering Committee, FISH of Englewood-Tenafly; Board of Education, Temple Sinai. Member of the Authors Guild, League of Women Voters, Chinese Historical Society of America.

Personal life

She is married to Rolf Hoexter, engineering executive; has two children, Vivien, and Michael Frederic.

Mrs. Hoexter is a graduate of Wellesley College, B.A.; has a M.A. from the University of Chicago, as well as a Fulbright scholarship from the University of Bologna. [1]



References

  1. Staff Writer. "1979 City of Englewood Calendar". Calendar. City of Englewood.