Get to know your Johnson alumni career advisors
Career tips from Laurie Sedgwick and Lynne Allen
I am incredibly excited to announce that my colleague Lynne Allen and I are taking ownership of Johnson’s alumni career column, Career Corner, and will be writing to you directly as your Johnson alumni career advisors in each issue of Inside Johnson starting now. In each issue of Inside Johnson, we will share information about career resources available to alumni, highlight job postings, provide case studies of job seekers, point you to interesting, career-related articles, and provide other helpful career-related information.
In this first column, I thought I would highlight the services and resources available to you as Johnson alumni. First, you have access to career advisors – email us to schedule an appointment!
Lynne Allen | EMBA and Alumni Career Advisor
Lynne Allen is a graduate of Connecticut College, holds a Certificate in Adult Career Planning and Development from New York University, and is certified to deliver the Myers-BriggsType Indicator. Her prior experience includes fourteen years in corporate and executive recruiting at Colgate-Palmolive, Time Inc., and two executive search firms, as well as having been a vice president of commercial real estate at Citibank in New York City. To schedule an appointment with Lynne Allen, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Laurie Sedgwick | Senior Associate Director, Johnson Career Management Center
Laurie Sedgwick has been providing career advice to Cornell graduate and undergraduate students for over 15 years. Laurie also has experience as an executive search consultant, program manager for a biotech startup, and was the director of human resources for a nonprofit. She had a six-year career with the U.S. Army Signal Corps as a parachutist, jumpmaster, platoon leader, and company commander. Laurie received a BA in English literature from Michigan State University, is certified to deliver the Myers-BriggsType Indicator and is currently working toward her executive coaching certification through iPEC.
To schedule an appointment with Laurie please email Erin Palmer – email@example.com.
In addition to advising assistance, you have access to a wealth of career-related resources including career development and assessment tools, industry and company research databases, job postings, and a platform to upload your résumé for access by employers (Johnson Talent System). In an upcoming edition of Inside Johnson, I’ll highlight additional features of the Johnson Talent System.
A complete list of career resources for Johnson alumni can be found in the Johnson Alumni Career Services website.
Lynne and I also look forward to seeing many of you at Reunion 2013. Stay tuned for information about career-related events being conducted during reunion weekend in Ithaca; if you have requests, let me know. Finally, this is your column. If there are topics you would like to have us cover or if you have feedback to share, please let me know! Go Big Red!