Since relocating to the Atlanta area 12 years ago, she has continued her work with Kellogg as associate director of Alumni Career & Professional Development.
Ann has coached alumni on new career changes and topics such as self-assessment, resume and cover letter writing, LinkedIn profiles, interview preparation, conducting an independent job search, negotiations and job offer decision-making, as well as internal promotions, onboarding and executive coaching. She has also designed and delivered workshops for up to 160 alumni including “50 Tips for 50 Somethings,” a workshop geared for job seekers over the age of 50 and “The Turbo Job Search,” a nuts-and-bolts workshop outlining the entire search process.
Ann started at Kellogg in the Career Management Center (CMC) as an associate director. Her primary responsibilities included counseling both first and second-year MBA students. In addition to meeting with students on an individual basis, she developed and conducted career-related workshops. Ann worked with employers, primarily those in the manufacturing sector. She was responsible for advising companies on effective strategies for recruiting on campus. In addition, she prepared and delivered presentations to firms on-site, and met with corporate recruiters and senior executives on a regular basis.
Ann was the CMC liaison to the Masters of Management and Manufacturing Program from its inception. She also directly managed operations within the CMC office including on-campus recruiting and the Career Resource Center.
She is a graduate of Michigan State University and spends her free time as an accomplished equestrian in the disciplines of Hunter/Jumper, and Dressage with her two horses. Ann is married and lives in Dahlonega, GA.
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