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  • What kind of clients do you work with?
    I work with individuals in a range of industries, including financial services, technology, government, law, education, public policy, consulting, healthcare, and international development. My clients are senior professionals and executives in finance, marketing, sales, communications, digital transformation, business development, design, and management. I currently work with individuals looking for employment in the U.S., as what is customary to include in resumes and CVs vary considerably based on your geographic location.
  • Who will I be working with?
    Me! I plan on keeping my business small and personal, which means that I will be your sole point of contact, including all coaching calls and material development. I do outsource proofreading to a professional editor.
  • What do I need to do before I get started?
    First, contact me to set up your free consultation call! Before we speak, I’ll ask you to send me the current version of your resume as well as at least one job listing that you are considering in your job search (or that represents the kind of role you see yourself in next). It's also helpful if you start thinking about the specific experiences -- the highlights, stories, and milestones in your career -- that showcase your unique talents. And don't worry, I won't require you to complete any long surveys or forms! After our call, I'll ask you to send me any additional information that you think may be valuable, including sections of your performance reviews, old bios and resumes, even press releases describing your work. This helps me see your work and career from different vantage points and gives me additional context on your professional narrative.
  • Why should I invest in a new resume or LinkedIn profile?
    There is a reason why even the most successful executives need help with their resumes, and it’s not because they just want a snazzy new format. ​ A new resume requires time, strategic choices, and great writing. We’re not used to talking about ourselves or thinking about our strengths and condensing them on paper in pithy, punchy bullet points. To write an effective resume, you must distill years of experience into two pages. Most readers only take about 30 seconds to scan your resume, so your story needs to be concise, authentic, and impactful. You need to curate your story and provide your audience with the information they need to understand your transferable experiences and skills. What I do is more than copyediting or tweaking fonts. I ask you tough questions, synthesize lots of information, and bring out the best of what you’ve done in your career -- those critical milestones that demonstrate the unique value you bring to the table. Think about our work together as an investment in your confidence and your career arsenal. Don't let a weak resume hold you back.​
  • Do you create academic CVs or resumes suitable for applications to USA Jobs (the U.S. federal job portal)?
    I do not prepare academic CVs or federal job applications as they have very technical requirements and industry-specific conventions.
  • Do you provide samples?
    I’m happy to provide sample resumes upon request.
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