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A Great Job in Half the Time: Naome's Story
Despite losing her job during COVID, Naome was able to land a position with a step up in salary, organization, leadership – and that aligned with her values.
Eight Clients Doing Amazing Things
Meet eight of my past clients doing amazing things in their career – launching studios, creating their own positions, creating new classes and creating impact.
Becoming a Confident Expert in Her Business: Taylor’s Story
With coaching, Taylor Plosser Davis identified an expertise for her business, that helped her grow into more aligned and bigger budget projects. All while feeling more confident and less anxious in her role as a business owner.
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“This program helped me to figure out what I do need to be doing and – what I DON’T need to be doing.”
-LAURA CLARK BARTLETT
“After leaving an organization I helped to build, I needed help with figuring out what direction to take my career. I was able not only to negotiate for and secure a position directing community engagement efforts with a prominent organization – but I was also able to identify numerous opportunities to share my story and expertise with a larger audience.“
“[The program] helped me plan and actively be more visible in my industry… I actually just sent a proposal out this week for some new work I pulled in!”
“The script that I got started on during the program has been a quarter finalist in two screenwriting competitions. I’ve also been accepted as a new member at Bromfield Gallery in South Boston! The program gave me a structure for pursuing both parts of my artistic sides – and getting traction. So lots of movement despite the pandemic! “
“Although I probably shouldn’t be surprised, but I was happily amazed to find that I turned to many of the tools and habits I’d learned during my program to push me through these last several precarious months in the pandemic – and am happy to report that I’m co-teaching my first course at Penn on bridging student’s research/activist agendas with professional practice.”
“I have so many interests that don’t seem to have anything in common. I also find that I say yes to too many things, and end up spreading myself too thin. I’ve learned to find ways to combine my interests in an impactful way where I no longer have to compartmentalize my different passions.”