Hi! I’m the Founder of 20/20 Career Solutions and a Certified Executive and Career Coach with over 20 years of corporate experience, including 17 years with Accenture, in recruiting, hiring, coaching, and training teams across North America. Understanding that everyone has his or her own unique psychology and view of the world, my style is tailored to you. With a supportive and solution-oriented approach, I will help you unlock new thinking, build confidence, regain your energy, and realize the value you bring to the workplace.

By incorporating my broad leadership, management and mentoring experience into my coaching, we’ll uncover the best tools and resources you’ll need to develop a manageable and clear action plan to reach your goals and move forward with purpose. 

One of my areas of expertise is supporting experienced professionals returning to work after a career break who need to focus on job search, work/life integration, managing new family dynamics and their first 100 days in a new role. I also work with mid-career professionals in search of a new career path with a concentration on transferable skills, role transition, and career management. I’ve coached professionals from a variety of industries including: banking, financial services, human resources, law, professional services, information technology, and marketing.

I received both my Master’s in Industrial/Organizational Psychology and Executive & Career Coaching Certification from New York University. I’m a member of the International Coach Federation, Certified in Everything DiSC®, contribute expert advice and articles about workplace and career issues for leading career sites, and am a noted panelist, presenter and workshop facilitator.

On a personal note, I live with my husband, daughter, and rescue dog in Westchester County, New York. I’m happy to coach you in person or via phone/Skype – whatever works best for you! Reach out now for your free 20-minute consultation.

You Got the Interview! Now What?

You did it! You figured out what type of work you want to do upon your return from a career break, you have your resume and LinkedIn profile "just right," you applied to various open positions, and you successfully networked your way to a job interview. Think of an interview as a conversation -- just two people trying to learn about each other and determine whether or not they want to work together.

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