It all started when...
I was nine years old my mother would ask me to untangle her gold chains. Patiently, I worked my way through the knots until every chain hung straight.
As a career coach, I help motivated medical practitioners, educators, project managers, global executives and CEO's like you untangle the knots that stand in the way of a career that challenges and energizes you.
Before starting First Impression Career Services (FICS), I prepared displaced homemakers to reenter the workforce. September 11, 2001, was the first day of a new program cycle. The windows of my office faced the World Trade Center. Along with the staff and clients I witnessed the towers come down.
One week earlier the organization announced plans to restructure the program. The change required that I reapply for my position. When I arrived at work on September 12, 2001, the executive director asked for my application.
This was the pivotal point in my career. One month later I launched FICS. Over the years, I have helped clients get unstuck and advance into executive and C-level positions. I am humbled to continue to coach and provide written communications for several of my initial clients and their family members.