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Career Conversations w/ Paula Brand - Maximize Your Linked Profile

Attend this Women's Society of Cyberjutsu webinar to discover how you can fully maximize your Linked profile to be found for the right opportunities. Learn how to customize your URL and why keywords impact your headline, summary and skills sections. Understand the importance of having visual elements and expressing your true brand on your profile.

About the Speaker:

Combining her expertise in career counseling, human resources, workforce development and training facilitation, Paula Brand has inspired hundreds of women to take charge of their careers. She speaks to groups and provides individual career coaching on using LinkedIn effectively, managing a successful career and going through career transitions. Past organizational clients include the World Bank, NIH/NIAID, the Johns Hopkins University SAIS program and the Penn Wharton Public Policy Initiative.

Her education includes a Master’s Degree in Applied Psychology from the University of Baltimore, a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and three industry certifications including: Global Career Development Facilitator, Certified Professional Résumé Writer and Job and Career Transition Coach.

Paula is involved in professional associations and is a past President of the Maryland Career Development Association (MCDA). In 2014, she received the Professional Contributions Award from the Middle Atlantic Career Counseling Association (MACCA) and MCDA’s Outstanding Career Practitioner Award.
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