How to Write a Resume If You're Changing Careers, by Julia Malacoff, Glassdoor.com
Do You Really Have To Settle For Your First Job, by Elana Lyn Gross, monster.com.
How to Balance the Boss & the Baby, by Kristen Gomez, careeranista.com.
The 5 Essential Job Perks You Should Hold Out For, Catherine Conlan, philly.com.
Show that you Care by Giving a Present that will Help Your Career, Lee Miller, New Jersey Star Ledger.
Considering a career switch? Here’s how to write your résumé. Fast Company.
Why My Approach is Different
I am a career development specialist who is rooted in positive psychology, earning several certifications in the field (Gallup, The Flourishing Center and Wholebeing Institute). What that means for my clients is I approach everything from a strengths-based perspective. Whether assessing career flow, refining resumes or prepping to “close the deal” for interviews, I integrate positive psychology resources within career development frameworks for professional success.
How I Can Help You Stand Out
I bring a tactical approach to career coaching that ensures you will get noticed! As a Certified Advanced Resume Writer, with thousands of hours of career coaching under my belt, I know how to work closely to refine your approach—resumes, cover letters, LinkedIn, networking, interviews—to ensure it is a true reflection of who you are and what you have to offer.
Where I Have Learned & Practiced
I’ve been a fellow traveler on the road to career happiness. I spent 15 years working in community development before specializing in career advancement and professional leadership as the Assistant Dean of Career Services, Brandeis University's Heller School. Currently, I am the Director of Career Services at George Washington University's Trachtenberg School as well as an adjunct professor for "Science of Well-Being: Applied Positive Psychology." In 2016, I was selected for the Outstanding Career Professional Award by the Maryland Career Development Association.
Who I’ve Worked With
In addition to individual coaching, I am a highly interactive, fun(!!) and engaging trainer and keynote speaker who inspires positive change. The pursuit of career happiness is universal and my organizations have been reflective of that. Here a few I've worked with:
I want to catalyze sustainable positive change in your career. No matter what that shift may be—immediate job search strategy, major career exploration or advancement within your current role—my goal is always the same: to help foster transformation on a deep level. By exploring the interaction of your strengths, values and purpose, I will work with you to create a roadmap for your personal brand of career happiness that is both aspirational and pragmatic.
National Career Development Association
National Conference Presentation 2018: Career Shame - Restoring Hope through Coaching
DC Career Consortium
Regional Conference Keynote 2018: Strength-Based Career Happiness
5th World Congress on Positive Psychology
Global Conference Presentation 2017: Hope-centered Coaching
National Association of Colleges and Employers
National Conference Presentation 2017: Integrating Positive Psychology for Career Happiness
Maryland Career Development Association Annual Conference.
Regional Conference Presentation 2017: Unmasking Career Shame: Restoring Hope Through Coaching
National Career Development Association Conference
National Conference Presentation 2016: Myths of Public Service
Maryland Career Development Association Conference
Regional Conference Presentation 2016: Hope: Belief Plus Action Equals Career Success
National Webinar 2015: Cover Letters That Won't Get Ignored
George Washington University Alumni Association
National Webinar 2015: Career Happiness
Returned Peace Corps Volunteers Conference
Conference Presentation 2015: Career Happiness
Alumni Career Services Network
National Conference, Keynote Speaker 2015: Science of Career Happiness
National Career Development Association
National Conference Presentation 2015: Happiness Hype or Lasting Positive Impact? Practical Integration of Positive Psychology into Career