Feeling stuck? Overwhelmed? Uncertain about your next step? Join us for 45 minutes of inspiring and insightful conversations designed to help and motivate you to pursue careers that you love!
Listen to our panel of experts’ tips and advice and make valuable connections. You will meet top industry recruiters and coaches who will share their experience and internal tips to help you succeed.
Join us from the comfort of your sofa and be ready to take loads of notes!
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Jenn Walker Wall is the founder of Work Wonders Coaching + Consulting where she helps people land new jobs and succeed at work. She’s also co-host of the Making Life Work Podcast. Previously, she worked at the Sloan School of Management at MIT as well as Harvard University and Massachusetts General Hospital, and is currently an Adjunct Instructor of Sociology at Lesley University.
Jenn has helped hundreds of ambitious professionals identify their strengths and leverage their experience in order to pursue more meaningful work. Additionally, she helps leaders build skills and brands that help them successfully grow their careers and launch businesses of their own. Jenn is also committed to teaching career coaching and communication strategies to enhance teamwork and effectiveness in the workplace.
When she’s not helping clients land interviews or launch their own businesses, you can find her cooking up a storm in her kitchen, usually while listening to true crime podcasts. You can learn more by visiting www.workwonderscoaching.com.
Getting to know Aaron Vilaubi requires understanding the metaphor "I come as one but stand as 10,000". Born and raised in Los Angeles, Aaron wakes up and strives every day to become the best version of himself for the world as a way of saying "Thank You" to those "10,000" who have guided, supported, and believed in him throughout his life.
During the day, he wears that hat of Manager of Employer Relations within the Office of Career & Professional Development at Chapman University, and at night – as well as the early AM hours – wears the hat of Time Management & Optimization Coach for those wanting to become more efficient and productive with their day.
He holds a Masters in Leadership Development, has 6 years of experience with one of the nation’s leading youth leadership development nonprofit organizations, HOBY (Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership), and was a former 4-year collegiate athlete at Chapman University.
Lisa Dubler (she/her) is a Career Coach at General Assembly where she helps career changers cultivate authentic personal brands and build effective job search strategies to land opportunities in the fields of UX, software engineering, and data science.
Prior to joining GA, Lisa was part of the Human Resources team at The Washington Post where she built partnerships that elevated The Post’s talent brand for women in tech. She began her career in the nonprofit sector, organizing arts and culture programming at Sixth & I, a historic synagogue in Washington, D.C. Lisa’s work in career coaching has been featured in Idealist and Ladies Get Paid.
Kelsey Kemp is an ex-tech consultant turned Career Coach, specialized in helping faith-driven professionals make meaningful career pivots.
She's also the host of the Answer the Call podcast, a show with 15,000+ downloads and counting, and has served 100+ clients globally, from New York to Sydney. Her work has been featured in Forbes and she serves as a Startup Mentor for the McFerrin Center for Entrepreneurship.
Katie McIntyre, Founder & Owner, is a consultant who has been involved in more than $50 million in online coaching sales. Through her work with Career Sprout, Katie works with professionals who want to transition into a meaningful career with a company they admire. On average, Career Sprout students land high paying job offers within 67 days and increase their salaries by $37k.
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