I work with individuals seeking careers that provide them with meaning and purpose (as well as support them financially!). I see my role as a partner --- we work together to plan a future strategy, open doors, consider options, and work to achieve goals. I emphasize positive psychology approaches in my work using techniques such as Appreciative Inquiry. Many of my clients have recently graduated from college or graduate school and are looking for careers in not for profit, government, development, international, NGO, humanitarian, and education fields. I use my connections and networks to open up doors and opportunities for them. I’m the author of Peace Jobs: A Student’s Guide to Starting a Career Working for Peace (IAP 2016) and have been interviewed on the TODAY Show. I teach part time at the graduate level at Drexel University and George Mason University.
International, government, non-profit, education, and legal careers
BA, American University, College of Public Affairs MS, George Mason University, Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter School for Peace and Conflict Resolution JD, University of Baltimore School of Law Taken courses at Coach Training Alliance Official member, Forbes Coaches Council