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Thank you to Lexington Law for sponsoring this video and post. I’ll be the first to admit that saving for some things is more fun than saving for others. Saving for a tropical vacation with friends is more appealing than putting money aside for my kids’ college...read more
Thanks to Lexington Law for sponsoring this video and post. Unfortunately, my family is all too familiar with identity theft and having a credit card (or two) opened up in our names. Let me tell you, it’s not only frustrating and feels like an invasion of privacy,...read more
Thank you to Lexington Law for sponsoring this video and post. When people used to ask me where I saw myself in 5 years, I would get flustered and not really know how to answer the question. I didn’t want to commit to a specific career path, family direction, or even...read more
I’ve been getting a lot of great questions about the future of work, millennials and gen z in the workplace, communication across generations, and teamwork. In an effort to help as many people as possible, I will be doing short videos (with posts) to answer...read more
This post is sponsored by Lexington Law. I feel like we always talk about fixing bad credit because having good credit is important. But, we never talk about why it’s important and the benefits you get from having a good credit score. So today we’re going to break...read more
On this episode of the Millennial Playbook Podcast we are joined by Katie Lehner. Katie is a Marketing Director at a non-profit organization in Dayton, Ohio. She joined us to talk about challenges she’s faced when trying to find a job in her small hometown and...read more
This post is sponsored by Lexington Law. In the recent years, we’ve seen a pretty big spike on data breaches. According to Bloomberg, there was a 40% increase in 2016 from the year before – that’s insane! We’re talking about hackers breaking into your accounts and...read more
This post is sponsored by Lexington Law. According to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, 76% of consumers who filed credit reporting complaints said that they had incorrect information on them. What does this mean for you? There’s a good chance that your credit...read more
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I’m a certified professional coach and employee development facilitator who specializes in how to engage and retain Millennial workers. I have a master’s degree in Social and Comparative Analysis in Education, am a Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach, and am certified in the Strong Interest Inventory® and Myers-Briggs Type Indicator®. I have more than a decade of experience working with Millennials and GenZ populations at The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, The Pennsylvania State University, and other institutions.
I partner with organizations to improve employee engagement, increase productivity, and create team building programs; and I continue my work with universities to increase alumni engagement. One of my most popular topics focuses on the differences between Millennial workers and older generations. Read more about my background.