Kate has been working with individual job seekers, coaching them to put their best foot forward and find the next opportunity, for over a decade.
At Princeton University, as part of the faculty recruitment team, she helps newly relocated faculty spouses and partners navigate their career transitions. At Babson’s Graduate School of Business, she guided MBA’s to take their careers to the next level. At Smith College, she directed the Center for Women and Financial Independence and the entrepreneurship program.
Kate has first-hand experience working for Fortune 500 companies, non-profits, and start-ups. She knows what it is like to relocate, be downsized, and make a major career pivot. Before switching gears to work in higher ed, Kate launched new products for American Express, led marketing at a technology start-up, advised micro-credit loan recipients in West Africa, and crafted public relations campaigns for executives at companies such as Eli Lilly, Nabisco, Kodak, Warner Bros., Tyco Toys, Better Homes & Gardens, and Simon & Schuster. She began her career in television and radio, most notably as the producer of the nationally syndicated Joan Rivers’ Show.
She received her BA in journalism from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and her MBA in marketing from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business.
Whether you are looking for a mid-career transition, returning to the workforce after a break, or trying to find your first job out of school, Kate is ready to help you make your next move.