I love helping people do what they love. It’s my goal to extend a helping hand to career coaching clients as they climb their personal career ladders. I’m passionate about educating and coaching job seekers and employers, mentoring and training professionals in the workplace, and helping clients grow and succeed in their careers. I provide one-on-one career coaching services. In addition, I meet employers professional development/training needs, present on career-related topics, and offer outplacement services to exiting employees.
I’m an expert in higher education, having worked for over 10 years as an English faculty member, a director of career services, and an academic advisor. My work experience extends to both the corporate world and non-profit sectors in content management, sales and marketing, technical writing, and non-profit management. In addition to managing my business, I teach English as an adjunct instructor, conduct research with other faculty members and business partners, volunteer and serve in my community, and mentor other women. My well-rounded work experience allows me to understand various industries. This is important when working with a diverse mix of clients.
With a well-rounded work background and a quality educational background, I’m qualified to meet your career coaching needs. I earned my Master of Arts degree in English Language and Literature at Arkansas Tech University and my Bachelor of Arts degree in English at Lyon College.
Career coaching services
Located in north central Arkansas, I work with clients both virtually (via phone, email, and video conferencing) and face-to-face. I help clients from A-Z to ensure career success. Services include resume and cover letter writing and coaching on job search strategies, branding, interview skills, networking, social media management, and soft skills. Let’s find a standard or tailored career coaching package for you. I’ll assess your needs so I can provide the help you need as quickly as possible.
Contact me for a free consultation, and let’s get to work.