Amazon web services leader gives advice to people of color in the workforce, “…understand what your superpowers are and make sure you let others know what those powers are as you create your own brand within the organization.”https://bit.ly/3pASr2K
Asst. Director of EPIC Communications and Career Coach
It is not just resumes and cover letters with me. One of my favorite parts of being a career coach is collaborating with students to map out their four years at Earlham and beyond. In an appointment with me, we will strategize how to go from Earlham to your ultimate career goals with the opportunities provided to you by Earlham and other outside sources.
Outside of one-on-one appointments, I collaborate most with the Center for Entrepreneurship Innovation and Creativity to bring together resources for students interested in the arts, business, and technology. I co-teach MGMT 381 to help students become career-ready while receiving college credit; I co-teach a LIFT course in the Spring semester for first-generation creative and business inclined students; I also work with McNair students.
Although I welcome any student to see me, my career communities are below.
- Arts, Entertainment, and Communication
- Business, Entrepreneurship, and Technology