Schedule a Call

It’s time to take your first step towards career fulfillment! Schedule a no charge consultation where we will address your current situation.

To schedule a call with me, please start by using the Acuity scheduler below. This no charge 30-minute conversation will let us get to know each other and discuss what you need at this time in your career, whether that’s coaching, resume writing, or other career services.

Once you choose a date and time, you will be able to explain more about yourself and your needs, include an example job listing you’re interested in, and attach your current resume for me to review.

If the available times don’t fit your schedule, give me a call at (510) 790-9005.

I look forward to speaking with you and helping you in your career!

Please note: I am in the San Francisco area. Please ensure you select your time zone below.

All Contact Options

These links will let you send me a message or make a payment quickly and easily.

Resources

Latest Blog Posts

What About the “About” Section on Your LinkedIn Profile?

What About the “About” Section on Your LinkedIn Profile?

The "About" section of your LinkedIn profile is really interesting. It is an opportunity to somehow connect the personal part of your life with the professional. It can be as personal or not, depending on what makes you comfortable to share. Also, it can hold up to...

Are You Missing The Obvious When Preparing For An Interview?

Are You Missing The Obvious When Preparing For An Interview?

Have you thought you were prepared for an interview, but you forgot something? Sometimes the most obvious things are not obvious. If you are interviewing with a company that has a product or a service, it is important to personally experience what that is....

Can the Benefits of the Job Be More Important Than the Salary?

Can the Benefits of the Job Be More Important Than the Salary?

What do you really need from a new job?  Are the benefits or the salary the most important? One time I had a client who had been laid off. She was totally stressed about looking for a new job.   Her daughter was a star player on the high school...