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Senior Talent Consultant, Ingenia Talent
Catt Medina is a career expert and entrepreneur based in Boston, Massachusetts. Catt works with a diverse group of candidates and often coaches them on how to dress professionally, yet comfortably, on a budget. Catt has over 10 years of experience working with prospective talent, both nationally and locally.
Founder, Job Search Master Class
Dana Manciagli has over thirty years of experience as a hiring manager and corporate executive. She is also a nationally syndicated columnist, author, coach, and speaker, who has been featured on NPR, Forbes, and The Fiscal Times.
Kristine Kero is a career counselor and teacher at City University of Seattle. She has worked as a career consultant and training specialist for over 15 years. Kristine has a master’s degree in counseling, with a specialization in career consulting, training, and outplacement.
President, Employment Resource Group
Sharon Hulce is the president and CEO at Employment Resource Group. She has nearly two decades of executive recruiting experience and has won several prestigious industry awards.
Assistant Director, Wackerle Career and Leadership Program
Stephanie Kinkaid has extensive experience as a career counselor and is currently the Assistant Director of the Wackerle Career and Leadership Program at Monmouth College. She is also a career journalist and has written for publications such as Yahoo! and CareerBuilder.
Shelley is a writer based in Portland, Oregon. She earned her BA in English with a minor in writing from Portland State University. While at PSU, she volunteered as a writing tutor at a nearby high school, where she helped students prepare for college, craft application essays, and improve their overall writing skills so that their voices stand out. Shelley is enthusiastic about helping students navigate college and life after graduation, and she continues providing tips and advice to students of all ages.
Hannah Fattor earned her BA in creative writing from the University of Puget Sound where she was active in the circus community and developed a love for classics studies, linguistics, and travel. She has worked as a youth theater teacher, technician, and dramaturg, but currently works for a small nonprofit as an administrative assistant and provides graphic design and administrative services for a local yoga studio.
Hannah also owns a small business to promote her self-published creative writing endeavors, and she produces an educational podcast about outer space. She strives to write clear, informative scripts for her podcast, explaining complicated astronomical concepts or historical discoveries about space in a format that is approachable, fun, and accessible to a wide range of people.
Jana was educated in the Pacific Northwest and recently replanted in the Sonoran Desert where she is a communications assistant for the deaf and hard of hearing. In the past she worked as a college writing advisor and remains passionate about information literacy. In addition to writing for higher education, her hobbies include birding, aquarium-keeping, and drawing.
Kenya McCullum is a freelance writer with extensive experience covering topics such as education, the workplace, health, and legal issues. She has an MA in communication and while working as a teaching assistant in graduate school, she developed a passion for helping students succeed. Since earning her master’s degree, she has combined her love of the written word with her desire to help people meet their goals -- whether they want to excel in school, land their dream job, or improve their physical and mental health.
Alix Cirac has degrees in journalism and political science, but is fortunate enough to coach volleyball as a “real job” as the assistant director of the Northern Nevada Juniors Volleyball Club. In addition to coaching, she has also spent the last ten years working with student athletes on college prep, including program research, standardized test strategy, tutoring, time management, and organizational skill improvement.
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