Megan Di Russo is a 19 years old girl who recently graduated from Miami Dade Honors College. Megan just was accepted to Standford and is ready to release to begin this new transition period for her undergraduate studies.
Although she has obtained an AA degree in Psychology, Megan is working towards a Bachelor's in Psych and a Master's and Ph.D. in Policy. With her education and experience, Megan hopes to one day work to incentivize prisons and create programs that encourage rehabilitation and reintegration.
Dr. Edith Shiro is a licensed clinical psychologist with a private practice in Miami, Florida, where I specialize in trauma. She is also the author of the book "The Unexpected Gift of Trauma".
Passionate about her work, has worked extensively with a diverse population who struggle with a wide range of emotional and daily life issues, including immigration, emotional and sexual abuse and violence, school shootings, loss, and difficulties in relationships and communication.
Born in Venezuela, Dr. Edith Shiro emigrated to New York where she holds a master's and doctorate degree from Yeshiva University in New York. She completed your post-doctoral certification in Couples and Family Therapy at the Ackerman Institute, and obtained certification in international trauma and PTSD from New York University's International Trauma Studies program.
Lois Barth is a Human Development Expert, Keynote Speaker, Coach and Author of Courage To Sparkle.
Working with Organizations to help foster more engaged and effective leaders. While advising, educating and up-leveling staff, teams are able to address their stress more effectively, become better communicators, increase their productivity, and exceed their personal and professional goals.
My model is mindset meets methodology to champion individuals and groups, to overcome negative self-talk, develop compassion for self and others, and set up strategies and solutions to thrive both personally and professionally.
One of my favorite LOIS-ism (Lessons, Opportunities, Insights, and Solutions) is:
"Move from Criticism to Curiosity"
Marc Hurwitz is a National Board Accredited Investigator, Certified International Investigator, and Florida Board Certified Investigator.
Marc attended SUNY Buffalo for a B.A. degree in Political Science, and The George Washington University for a M.A. degree in National Security Policy.
Marc began government service with Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan, and continued in the U.S. Department of State. He then worked in the White House for three years as the aide to the Deputy National Security Advisor. Marc went on to become a counter-terrorism officer for the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), and later worked for the government in multiple overseas posts, earning several commendations for meritorious service.
In 2008, Marc opened Crossroads Investigations to sub-contract for retired CIA Chiefs of Stations with corporate due diligence contracts, and is now a full-service Private Investigation and Due Diligence firm.
She tried for over a year to land a job. Any job. Her resume was jam-packed with tons of experience – only to find out later that was part of the problem. She had applied to over 100 positions, scheduled less than five interviews, and had zero offers. She was overlooked for positions she was completely qualified for. It made no sense.
Frustrated and confused, she decided to take back control and find out what was really going on. She made appointments with top recruiters, headhunters, resume writers and job placement agencies to get their input. I wanted answers.
What was she doing wrong?
Was her resume the problem?
Was it her age?
Here is what she learned: