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Elana Temple ‘07

Elana Temple ‘07 attended CW Post/Long Island University for two years, where she studied to be an arts management major, dance/performing arts minor – studying African, Modern, and Ballet dance. To tap into her passion for writing, she became an active writer for both the university’s magazine and newspaper. Elana was awarded, alongside other young standout students, the 143rd Women’s Achievement Award. Her poem “Just Breathe” became critically acclaimed within the academic community and subsequently awarded, among other poets, as best poem of the year. To communicate better with the other international students living on campus, particularly those from Japan, Elana learned Japanese, Hiragana, and Katakana.

Upon transferring to American University in Washington, Elana joined the Muslim Student Association to engage in more active dialogue about interfaith understanding. Elana focused on mass communications (with a minor in anthropology and a particular interest in journalism/reporting in the Middle East). Being rather linguistically curious/inclined, she also began studying Arabic and continued studying Hebrew as part of her goal to live and work professionally in the Middle East eventually.

After graduating, Elana became a part-time contributing writer/blogger for several publications, including the elephant journal, Elite Daily and MENASAWORLD. She interned as a litigations associate for PRCG|Haggerty, a leader in legal PR, litigation communications, crisis, and other PR-related issues. During this period, she also started “Campaign GenerationYNot?” an online social media campaign promoting Generation Y-ers’ diversity, creativity, and innovative qualities at large via social and digital media platforms. The campaign went on to be ranked #1 in readership, resourcefulness, and popularity by “The Fashion & Film &Music & Life” blog, spearheaded the creation of other similar campaigns such as “Young People: Informed” and “Young Entrepreneurs.” The campaign was also honorably and frequently mentioned in “The Literartist” blog.

In 2018, she opened QuadrupleThreat Consulting, a boutique-style firm that focuses on coaching employees from a wide range of industries –including banking/finance, law/legal, digital/mobile application, commercial real estate, and market research– and from across the world –from California and NY to Mexico, Serbia and Saudi Arabia– on sharpening/fine-tuning their professional written and verbal communication best practices, both internally and externally (for share/stakeholders, investors, end-users, panels, vendors, suppliers, and other clients).

Elana attended The Waldorf School of Garden City, from grade 8-12 (from 2003-2007), with Mrs. Vasilica Vascu Hal as a class advisor. Her fondest memories at Waldorf include playing Sheri-Shae Phillips in Tim Kelly’s “Night of the Living Beauty Pageant” in Mrs. Somers’ directed senior class theater production, as well as all trips to Camp Glenbrook over her five years at the school.

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Elana Temple ‘07 attended CW Post/Long Island University for two years, where she studied to be an arts management major, dance/performing arts minor – studying African, Modern, and Ballet dance. To tap into her passion for writing, she became an active writer for both the university’s magazine and newspaper. Elana was awarded, alongside other young standout students, the 143rd Women’s Achievement Award. Her poem “Just Breathe” became critically acclaimed within the academic community and subsequently awarded, among other poets, as best poem of the year. To communicate better with the other international students living on campus, particularly those from Japan, Elana learned Japanese, Hiragana, and Katakana.

Upon transferring to American University in Washington, Elana joined the Muslim Student Association to engage in more active dialogue about interfaith understanding. Elana focused on mass communications (with a minor in anthropology and a particular interest in journalism/reporting in the Middle East). Being rather linguistically curious/inclined, she also began studying Arabic and continued studying Hebrew as part of her goal to live and work professionally in the Middle East eventually.

After graduating, Elana became a part-time contributing writer/blogger for several publications, including the elephant journal, Elite Daily and MENASAWORLD. She interned as a litigations associate for PRCG|Haggerty, a leader in legal PR, litigation communications, crisis, and other PR-related issues. During this period, she also started “Campaign GenerationYNot?” an online social media campaign promoting Generation Y-ers’ diversity, creativity, and innovative qualities at large via social and digital media platforms. The campaign went on to be ranked #1 in readership, resourcefulness, and popularity by “The Fashion & Film &Music & Life” blog, spearheaded the creation of other similar campaigns such as “Young People: Informed” and “Young Entrepreneurs.” The campaign was also honorably and frequently mentioned in “The Literartist” blog.

In 2018, she opened QuadrupleThreat Consulting, a boutique-style firm that focuses on coaching employees from a wide range of industries –including banking/finance, law/legal, digital/mobile application, commercial real estate, and market research– and from across the world –from California and NY to Mexico, Serbia and Saudi Arabia– on sharpening/fine-tuning their professional written and verbal communication best practices, both internally and externally (for share/stakeholders, investors, end-users, panels, vendors, suppliers, and other clients).

Elana attended The Waldorf School of Garden City, from grade 8-12 (from 2003-2007), with Mrs. Vasilica Vascu Hal as a class advisor. Her fondest memories at Waldorf include playing Sheri-Shae Phillips in Tim Kelly’s “Night of the Living Beauty Pageant” in Mrs. Somers’ directed senior class theater production, as well as all trips to Camp Glenbrook over her five years at the school.