I can answer questions in regards to resume development, career transition, career planning, salary negotiation, the interview process, networking in a job fair/trade show environment, telephone screening and practically answer issue as it relates to career planning. With 10 years of being on the front lines of the applicant and recruitment process as a strategic human resources professional, I have the "insider track" to what sparks the interests of hiring managers to what top ten things you need to avoid when applying for new opportunities.
10 years in private and public strategic, professional human resources roles. 2 years as a professional resume writer, career coach. Own and operate an elite firm specializing in resume writing and other career services, Your Career Confidence, LLC (www.yourcareerconfidence.com)
NAAAHR (National Association of African-Americans in HR) NRWA (National Resume Writers Association) AORCP (Association of Online Resume and Career Professionals) SHRM (Society of Human Resources Management)
BA, Marketing Management, Mary Baldwin College, VA MS, Human Resources Management, Troy University, AL PHR certification (awarded in 2006)
I love being able to make a difference in a person's professional life when they need it most. As a seasoned HR practitioner, I've experienced first hand the stress and wrath that a layoff, merger, or acquisition can initiate. If my assistance can help someone see the "light at the end of the tunnel", then my being is not in vain.
I hope to continue to grow, learn, and coach in this profession. It is important to stay abreast of emerging workforce development changes and updates in the job search and interview process.
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