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Meet Our Coaches

CTC Coaches partner with you to:

  • Discover what is meaningful to you in your next career
  • Clarify, align, and develop a plan for what you want to achieve
  • Generate career possibilities and strategies
  • Encourage and support you through the career transition journey
  • Hold you responsible and accountable for progress

CTC Volunteer Coaches bring diverse professional experience, knowledge and expertise from illustrious careers in human resources, recruiting, management, training, leadership development, and coaching in financial services, healthcare, education, not-for-profit, government sectors. In addition, many possess coaching certification from the International Coach Federation (ICF) approved institutions such as the Coaches Training Institute (CTI), iPEC and Fielding Institute.     

The job search has three phases: Discovery-Planning -Action.

Discovery: First phase of career transition, which focuses on knowing yourself and the market. Exploration of fundamentals, ie.  Self-assessment, values and motivators; Activities in this phase include developing your brand statement and conducting research and informational interviews.

Planning:  Second phase of career transition, which focuses on helpful and relevant strategies and tactics. Development of Planning Documents- resume, cover letter, etc.; Continuing to develop network and hone in on target companies & individuals.

Action: Third phase of career transition, which focuses on execution: Accountability in place; Going to market with your future self; Growing and tracking network; Interviewing.

Pat Arnold

Youth Coach

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Pat Arnold recently worked as an outplacement coach for managerial, executive and C-Suite clients impacted by corporate restructuring, thus fulfilling her passion to help others. Most were communications and marketing professionals. Pat is on the board of Male Mogul Initiative, volunteers with AARP Illinois, and serves as a marketing committee member for the workplace advocacy organization, Women Employed. She was named one of “100 Women Making a Difference” by Today’s Chicago Woman, is a Golden Life member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, past vice president of the Chicago Association of Black Journalists and is the founding president of the Twin Cities Association of Black Journalists.

Judy Ball

P-A Coach

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Judy Ball is a seasoned talent acquisition (TA) executive with over 20 years’ deep and broad global HR and TA experience within corporate recruiting, retained executive search, and independent consulting environments. Most recently, Judy headed up North America Talent Acquisition as Vice President for Zurich Insurance. Prior to that, Judy ran her own talent acquisition consulting practice working with clients in healthcare,
technology, and professional services.
Judy has a master’s degree in Human Resources from Iowa State University, holds a current SPHR certification, and has a certificate from the Executive Program in Leadership Development from Loyola University. She is active in the regional HR professional community
including a board membership for the professional association, STAR Chicago (Society of Talent Acquisition and Recruitment).

Andy Banicki

Morning Coach

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Andy Banicki is a seasoned HR professional with over 15 years of experience as a global HR Business Partner and Leader. Andy has experience in CPG and fast-paced high-growth start-up tech companies. He has worked for PepsiCo, Google, HERE Technologies, and Mural, and is currently the Director of People Business Partners at Zip Recruiter. Andy is passionate about helping people figure out what makes them find their passions and how to work more in their “zone of genius” Andy has a Master’s of Human Resource Management and Labor Relations from the University of Illinois. In his free time and coaches
workout classes, travels/hikes, avid reader and learner. He believes he can learn something from everyone finds purpose in being of service to others. His coaching style is a blend of mindful and developmental. I focus on helping people to become more self aware, seek fulfillment, and shift their current thinking process.

Shira Baron

Youth Coach

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Shira is a former civil rights lawyer and public defender. She has specialized in youth justice and education throughout her career. Prior to going to law school, Shira was a special education teacher in Chicago and New York. She is in the process of getting her certification in coaching from the Co-Active Training Institute and is excited to begin the next chapter of her career as a coach for people going through various types of career exploration and transition.

She holds a JD from Fordham Law School, a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Michigan, and a Special Teaching Certificate (K-21) From National-Louis University.

Shira is originally from St. Louis and moved to Chicago four years ago. She is an avid reader and TV watcher and has recently started practicing hot yoga. She has three little kids and she loves all things outside, including: eating good food, walking, hiking, beaching, and traveling.

Renee Begy

Daytime Coach

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Renee has more than 25 years of experience in talent with a focus in the healthcare and consulting industries at firms including McKinsey, ZS Associates, Sg2 and Huron. In her role at McKinsey, Renee worked with senior level executives to help them navigate career transitions in the healthcare industry. In addition, Renee spent several years with her own recruiting firm, Principal Talent Group.

Renee has a BA in Mathematics and Anthropology from Oberlin College and an MBA from Kellogg. Renee has a very friendly and empathetic coaching style and loves helping people at all stages of their careers figure out “what they want to be when they grow up”.

Barb Billhardt

Evening Coach

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Barb is a solution-oriented senior leader with experience building and directing the HR function for Real Estate, Legal and Financial Services companies. She has worked in Human Resources for more than 20 years, most recently consulting for the Illinois Land Title Association, and formerly as the VP of Human Resources for Attorneys’ Title Guarantee Fund, Head of US HR for Henderson Global Investors, and Payroll Manager for PPM America.

Barb is energized by opportunities to collaboratively envision the future, develop and implement strategies which support the vision and champion fellow visionaries by nurturing a collaborative and inclusive community, fostering transparency and building trust. This informs her solution-oriented coaching style. Barb is empathetic and a good listener. She enjoys helping individuals discover their strengths, make decisions and overcome setbacks.
A longtime Chicagoan, Barb is an avid museum, theatre and concert attendee, who is grateful to dwell in a city with a vibrant arts community, beloved bookstores, fantastic restaurants and natural and architectural beauty she loves to share with visitors and new friends.

Steve Brandl

Afternoon & Evening Coach

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 Steve has an extensive background as a Chief Operating Officer with law firms in many major U.S. markets. His experience includes providing leadership and management in all facets of law firm operations including candidate recruitment and hiring, evaluation of potential merger candidates and incorporation of merged firms, organizational and diversity program development, training, compensation, and Human Resources management.

 Steve left the workforce about 2 ½ years ago due to a stroke that has resulted in partial arm and hand paralysis, and holds a special interest in working with clients with physical disabilities and/or health issues. He holds a BA in Anthropology & Religion from Columbia University in New York. Currently, Steve is focused on volunteer work and completing his ICF certification through Coach Academy International as an ACC Coach.

Kimberly Chavez

Afternoon Coach

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Kim’s professional journey commenced at Microsoft Corp. in Operations, where she supported decision-makers before venturing into entrepreneurship as an Independent Sales Representative for small and midsize specialty businesses. Her career path then led her to impactful Purchasing projects, including collaborations with McDonald’s Corp. This trajectory continued as she transitioned into Project Management, showcasing her expertise through consulting projects at renowned firms such as KPMG and CBRE. Armed with an Associate’s degree in Merchandise Management, alongside certifications in Purchasing and Associate Project Management (CAPM), Kim is now on a path to obtain the esteemed Society of Human Resources (SHRM) Certification.
Driven by her passion for nurturing thriving company cultures, exemplary leadership, and organizational development, she specializes in guiding professionals through career transitions. Kim empowers individuals to effectively leverage their valuable transferable skills, forging collaborative partnerships to realize their career aspirations.
Outside of her professional endeavors, Kim finds solace and inspiration in nature, exploring hiking and biking trails across the picturesque landscapes of Illinois and Wisconsin

Norene Chip

Youth Coach

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Norene is a licensed Illinois Realtor with experience in professional consulting at Fortune 500 companies. She is currently self-employed as a Realtor at Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty, where she is a strong advocate for her clients in the downtown condo market. Norene also volunteers at Old Saint Pat’s church in the Beloved Retreat Group and as a Eucharistic Minister. Norene focused on Marketing (MBA) at The University of Western Australia and her bachelor’s degree is from St. Mary’s University (MN.) in Communications and History.

Norene’s specialties include building long-term relationships, negotiation, accessing the scope of the goal, setting a course of action, refining, adjusting the course and action to meet the client’s goal. Norene has a deep passion for helping young adults as she is experienced successfully guiding her three adult children from their interests into various stages of their careers. Prior to her own children, she trained Job Corps students in interviewing and business etiquette. Her coaching style is solution-oriented, compassionate, pro-active, creative, and experienced.

Tim Conway

Daytime coach & workshop instructor

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Tim embraces the process of transition. He affectionately refers to the varied rebound stages as “personal reinvention” (albeit sometimes volatile). As a Career Coach, Tim encourages others to believe that “America is the home of second (and third) opportunities.” He is ready to assist peers to secure a career that fits.

Lucien Derosena

Daytime Coach

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Lucien currently serves as a Senior Talent Acquisition Consultant for Salo, a Korn Ferry company. He has a decade of experience working as a Recruitment Specialist and HR Consultant. During this time, Lucien has been a dedicated volunteer, working as a Mentor with the Leader Shop, and Volunteer Mediator with Chicago Center for Conflict Resolution. Lucien holds an MPA from DePaul University and a BA in Political Science from UIC.  Lucien works with clients in the Discovery phase and provides his expertise in LinkedIn, online application systems and networking. 

Jerry Donahue

Evening Coach

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Jerry Donahue has deep and extensive career service work experience in higher education, including the University of Michigan College of Engineering, Indiana University, Northwestern University, as well as Moraine Valley Community College, St. Norbert College, Canisius College and the University of Detroit. He has held career services positions for the Midwest Association of Colleges and Employers, SHRM, and several regional career consortia in New York, Wisconsin and Michigan.

Kevin Donnellon

Daytime Coach

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Kevin brings his real-world experience and expertise to coaching.

Kevin has decades of experience helping Fortune 500 companies, emerging and startups in marketing, communications and business management. He also founded three companies with two of them focused on coaching and improving business performance.

He has coached individuals to become more fulfilled and accomplished, whether in a new or existing role. While he can help jobseekers and those transitioning in their careers, Kevin also can be valuable to those starting their own business as a career option.

Regardless of the industry or experience level, Kevin will assist clients in gaining the necessary clarity and confidence to face and overcome their challenges to form a clear path to success.

Tim Emond

Daytime Coach

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Tim Emond is a senior human resources professional with over 20 years of experience in the consumer-packaged goods and pharmaceutical industries. He earned a Master of Business Administration from Wilmington University in Dover, Delaware and a Bachelor of Science from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. Tim truly enjoys helping people grow and develop as professionals. He is an advocate for DEIB initiatives, especially those focused on the LGBTQ+ community, mental health awareness and wellbeing, and driving equality within organizations.

Erna Herzfeldt

Daytime Coach

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Erna is a certified professional Life and Executive Coach (CPC) with a focus on personal and professional growth and holds a Ph.D. in Organizational Psychology. She is a lecturer at UCF in Orlando and a research fellow at the UniversityBW in Munich, Germany. 

Her previous positions include education coordination for the BMW Group in Munich and Expatriate Consulting for Deloitte in Dusseldorf. 

 

She is a Sessional Lecturer at the University of the German Federal Armed Forces in Munich, Germany. Previously, she was an Education Coordinator for the BMW Group in Munich.

Erna partners with client to identify, clarify and align their authentic personal and professional goals and develop a sustainable strategy to reach these goals.

She has University Diploma in International Business and Cultural Students from the Universitat Passau and was a visiting PHD at the University of Victoria. She is a member of the International Coaching Federation. She is fluent in English, German and Russian.

Georgia Katsianis

Evening Coach

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Georgia Katsianis, MBA, MPA, PHR, SHRM-CP, PRC, CDR is a Talent Acquisition/HR professional consultant and career coach with twenty years of human resources experience that includes benefits, compensation, employee relations, training and development, and staffing /recruitment in the academics, corporate, finance and technology environment. Georgia also teaches graduate and undergraduate HR and Career Development courses at DeVry University. Additionally, she is the founder of Career Development Savant, LLC., which is a recruitment firm that specializes in finance and technology and also provides career coaching services. 

Georgia holds a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Illinois at Chicago and an MBA with a concentration in Human Resources from Keller Graduate School of Management along with a graduate certificate in Instructional Design from the University of Wisconsin-Stout and other professional certifications. She is currently pursuing a Psy.D. in Consulting Psychology from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology.

David Kloak

Daytime Coach & Peer Group Facilitator

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David is a Leadership Executive Coach and Organizational Consultant focusing on helping leaders and career professionals develop their leadership capabilities.  Prior to that career, David served for 29 years as Principal Advisor, U.S. Pacific Command, for the U.S Navy where he consulted and coached military commanders and senior executives regarding unit morale, religious affairs, and leadership development; evaluated performance for over 350 people; supervised 6 staff members; and managed up to $250K budgets. In 2012, he retired as a decorated Captain to pursue a Ph.D. His areas of specialty include organization development and change management, performance management, hiring and talent management, multicultural training and program development.

Lauren Marder

Daytime Coach

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Lauren is an accomplished Talent Management Professional and Development Leader with a demonstrated history of success improving performance by providing organizational development solutions and coaching. She has extensive experience partnering with stakeholders for business success using proven approaches to create strategy; design and develop solutions; implement using systems thinking, change management, and project management; and evaluate for continuous improvement.
Most recently, Lauren served as the Lead Performance Management Specialist for Deloitte. She has 14 years experience as an Organization Development Consultant, Leadership Coach and Instructional Designer. Lauren holds an MA in Business education and HR Management & Organization Development from the University of Minnesota and is a Co-Active Coach through the Coaches Training Institute.

John McCracken

Daytime Coach (P-A)

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John has had a passion for helping those seeking employment and career change for many years. After finding himself ill-equipped for this job search after working for the same company for 20 years, he developed his job search skills through a company sponsored professional outplacement service as well as a program similar to that offered by Career Transitions Center. Subsequently, he started up 2 Job Support Groups (one in Illinois, one after he moved to NJ) which he ran for over 10 years. He continued to provide career coaching support after his subsequent move to NY. Great personal satisfaction was derived from helping others achieve their career goals and find meaningful employment. Twice he experienced the trauma of job loss and looking for a job while unemployed, so he can identify with those in a similar situation. He retired from Pfizer, Inc. in 2019 as VP Business Development after a 42-year career in the pharmaceutical industry, which included overseas living assignments in Hong Kong and Singapore. Prior to joining CTC, John was a Career Coach at Career Resource Center Lake Forest, which ceased operations in 2023.

Mike Munger

Daytime Coach & Instructor

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Mike Munger is a Sr. Client Partner with Digital Information Systems, a global managed services and staffing firm with 86 offices worldwide. Mike has 13 years’ experience in the staffing industry, previously managing a recruiting team and now focused on service delivery for McDonald’s Corporation, Allstate Insurance, The CME Group, and Advocate Aurora Healthcare. Through partnership with HR and hiring teams at his clients, Mike works to understand hiring needs and market potential candidates. Mike is approaching his 6th year as a volunteer coach at CTC and enjoys making resumes stand out through content creation, interview prep, career discovery exercises, and offer negotiations in his one-one meetings.

Jim Naughton

Daytime & Youth Coach

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Jim is the founding partner of Combined Yield LLC, a farmland investment management company and AC James Inc, a trucking company dedicated to e-commerce. Previously, he held global leadership positions in the investment banks of JP Morgan and Mizuho, a large Japanese financial institution.

Jim’s volunteer work has extended to multiple fields, including FIRST Illinois Robotics, mentoring a local high school robotics team, UPenn and Northwestern University Alumni (Admissions Interview Chair), and the Boys Scouts of America. At this stage of his illustrious career. Jim hopes to support both midcareer and emerging professionals to find their fit in the marketplace.

Jim holds a BS in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School and an MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management.

Don Nemerov

Evening Coach (P-A)

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Don has served as the managing Director for FGMK, LLC since 2014. His expertise in executive compensation and leadership spans 30 years. He has authored multiple publications on the topics of compensation and long-term incentives. Don also has a particular interest and knowledge of networking which he plans to share with CTC clients in future workshops.

Don holds a BS in Economics from the Wharton School and an MA in industrial Relations from the Carson School of Management at the University of Minnesota.

In addition to his corporate work, Don is an active volunteer who has served as an Admissions Alumni Interviewer at the University of Pennsylvania for the past ten years and served as a career coach for the Career Resource Center for nearly seven years. Don is particularly skilled at working with clients in the Planning & Action phases of transition, as well as providing H.R. perspective and insights to their job search. We are delighted to welcome Don to CTC in 2023!

Kristina O’Brien

Daytime  Coach

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Kristina is a human centric, executive business leader
and Co-Active Coach with 25+ years of experience in
client relationship management, sales leadership, end-
to-end customer and employee experience, customer success, and
transformation.

As a lifelong learner and student of what motivates people to be better, she enjoys seeking new ways of thinking, doing and being to improve experiences and help people and businesses achieve their best. Kristina’s areas of specialty include hiring, coaching, and developing teams promoting human-centered design and problem-solving. Kristina holds Bachelor’s degree in Business, Marketing and Honors Humanities from Ball State University, Certification as a Co-Active Coach from the Coaches Training Institute, and is currently completing ICF Coaching certification. She is an active volunteer for both the Heart Walk Fundraising Team, American Heart Association and BMO Harris Employee Giving Ambassador,
United Way of Metropolitan Chicago.

Kim Olson

Daytime & Evening Coach

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After a successful career as a healthcare executive and given
her passion about women’s leadership, Kim’s journey continues as a certified coach. She helps talented women bring their authentic
selves to their work so they can confidently navigate today’s leadership challenges, inspire leadership and find fulfillment across their career continuum—from now to purposeful retirement and beyond. During her career, Kim served as a trusted advisor, a sought-out mentor and was known as a women’s advancement advocate. A catalyst for customer-centric business transformation at Fortune 200 Companies, she oversaw complex enterprise initiatives with high financial risk, accelerated growth, and significantly enhanced organizational efficiencies. Her energetic, yet pragmatic approach supports clients in attaining success, based
on their definition, no matter what the context.

Amy Pitta

Daytime Coach

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Amy is a trained personal and executive coach (ACPEC) focusing on leadership, career, and transition coaching with a focus on discovering personal strengths, values, and purpose. She partners with clients to explore new possibilities and design ways to reach new goals. She incorporates a coaching style that is highly approachable, gentle but direct, creative, and utilizes humor. She holds coaching certifications from both the International Coach Federation (ACC) and the National Center for Credentialing in Education (BCC).

Amy is also a trained psychologist with a doctorate (PsyD) in clinical psychology. She holds a B.A. in History and a M.A. in Community Psychology, and previously worked for the American Psychological Association. Amy has a lengthy history of volunteering and community involvement thanks to her husband’s military service, which has allowed her a variety of experiences ranging from language tutor to nonprofit lead to international treasurer, in locations around the world.

Roberta Renaldy

Evening Coach

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Bobbie brings over two decades of experience in talent management, leadership development and career transition to her coaching practice and extensive experience in the health care space.  She is certified through the University of Texas at Dallas and the International Coaching Federation (ICF) and holds a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SHRM-SCP) designation. She enjoys working with clients in all stages of career transition, especially those interested in expanding opportunities and navigating challenges in their current work setting.  With authenticity and compassion, Bobbie offers a practical approach and a comfortable space for growth and transformation.  In addition to her private practice, she serves as a Fellow Coach with BetterUp.

David Quigley

Youth Coach

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For over 15 years, David Quigley has been at the forefront of forming and leading high-impact teams that deliver award-winning digital products for credit unions, startups, and nonprofits. He now focuses on coaching, teaching, and advising others to achieve transformational change within themselves, their teams, and their organizations.
David is a visiting professor at North Park University’s School of Business and Nonprofit Management and is working towards a doctorate in Strategic Leadership and Innovation at Concordia University Chicago.

Maurie Richie

Evening and Youth Coach

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Maurie has a love for helping others progress in their career. He is originally from Chicago, and is Director of Secondary Partnerships at OneGoal. Maurie holds a B.S in Accountancy from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and a Master of Public Administration from National Louis University. He has worked in various accounting roles with increasing responsibility in areas such as auditing, financial reporting, and financial analysis. He made a career transition from accounting to human resources and worked as an external and internal recruiter for accounting, finance, and education roles. He also gained experience in business development and partnership maintenance.

Maurie believes in helping job seekers understand factors that contribute to a new role. He also believes that people need confidence building as they navigate through their career journey and loves helping others bring out their best in interviews. Maurie loves to share his insights from his experiences as a hiring manager, internal recruiter, and as an external recruiter. In addition to his professional accomplishments, Maurie has also completed acting, improv, and stand-up classes at Second City and voiceover classes at Acting Studio in Chicago. Maurie has a French bulldog Beau who will be more than happy to join his virtual coaching sessions.

Tim Ricordati

Daytime Coach

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Dr. Timothy H. Ricordati has over 30 years of experience in senior levels of education and business. He recently retired as the Vice President of Admission at Elmhurst University. Prior to this, Dr. Ricordati worked as the Vice President, New Schools Development, for the America Quality Schools Corporation, responsible for the development of new K-12 charter school opportunities and as Vice President and Dean of the Keller Graduate School of Management. He earned both a BS and MSEd. from Northern Illinois University and an Ed.D. from Nova Southeastern University in Curriculum and Instruction. Dr. Ricordati is an accomplished teacher and has authored numerous articles and made many presentations on student achievement, satisfaction, and retention.

Tim is also available to provide coaching for those considering retirement. He can provide (non-financial) advice on things to consider when planning a fulfilling retirement.

 

Harry Soursos

Daytime Coach

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Harry is a Talent & Organization expert operating at the intersection of HR, Business, and IT. As a Principal Director at Accenture Management Consulting over 19 years, he helped top tier companies primarily in the high tech/software industry navigate complex change and maximize human capital. He specialized in digital-cloud-HR transformation, talent management, org development, L&D, HRIS, and change management. His passion lies in creating a positive employee/customer experience.

He holds a BA in Psychology from Northwestern University, is fluent in Greek and French, and recently obtained his Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR), Project Management Professional (PMP), and Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certifications. Being in transition himself, Harry can help others navigate the discovery phase with a spiritual but practical approach.

Louise Storino

Daytime Coach

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Louise Storino is currently serving as a Director of Human Resources and Learning with over 25 years in the media and financial services space in Global HR, Learning, Talent Acquisition, Organizational Development, and Change Management. Her extensive experience also includes leading and managing Career Development initiatives involving; assessment, discovery and profile design to align career aspirations with optimal outcomes. She is also certified in multiple career assessment tools, dedicated
to helping individuals identify their strengths and achieve their goals. Her extensive experience in outplacement and career transition has assisted individuals translate their career aspirations and goals into effective resumes and LinkedIn profiles that secure job opportunities.

Louise has implemented robust DEI initiatives to help organizations unlock the full potential of their workforce. She has a Master’s Degree in Leadership and Organizational Development from Loyola University of Chicago and a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Wisconsin – Madison in International Relations. Louise is a SHRM certified Senior Human Resource professional. She is an active member in Chicago SHRM on both the Talent Acquisition and Job Transition committees.

Renata Taylor

Daytime Coach (Discovery)

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Renata works with clients who are ready to embark on a career transition, helping them to reconnect with their inner selves to live the career and life they always wanted.  She is the Principal of Renata Taylor Coaching, LLC, based in Watertown, CT and holds ACC coaching credentials through the International Coaching Federation (ICF). Renata is also certified in Positive Intelligence and as a Life Coach through the Co-Active Training Institute. She has a special interest in working with CTC clients who have served as caregivers and wish to return to paid work and those looking toward reinvention in their post-full-time work years.

Hayley Trowbridge

Youth Coach

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Hayley is a Communications Specialist III for the American Medical Association, where she engages audiences across the health care ecosystem through multiple content channels that explore the role of the AMA’s data assets in reducing burden, facilitating interoperability, advancing health equity and driving the future of innovation in patient care. Her professional background also includes tutoring/education, marketing and communications and event planning.  Hayley has a rich history of volunteer work with Chicago Area Runners Association, Girls on the Run, Nourishing Hope, and Trash People of Logan Square. Hayley holds a Master of Arts in Literature and Culture from Oregon State University and a BA in English, Art History and French from Lafayette College in Pennsylvania.

Sherry Woodry

Evening Coach

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Sherry provides leadership and team coaching, facilitation and training to business leaders and teams all over the world.  She leverages the breadth and depth of her experience to help leaders grow and execute organization results.

For over 25 years, she held a variety of senior human resource leadership positions in industrial and financial services businesses. Her experience includes global strategic business partnership roles with large employee populations in several geographies. Her consulting practice focuses on leadership and team coaching, leadership development, training and facilitation.

Sherry holds a Professional Certified Coach qualification from the International Coaching Federation, holds a master’s certificate from Fielding Graduate University in Evidence-Based Coaching and graduate of Coaches Training Institute. She is a certified practitioner of Birkman and Hogan leadership assessments.

Sherry has a strong commitment to volunteerism and has served on nonprofit boards and volunteers at Fourth Presbyterian Church, CTC and Executive Service Corp of Chicago.

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