Pamela Berland Ex is a global career transitions coach and intercultural trainer. In addition to a thriving private practice, she also worked as a Senior Career Counselor at the Department of State and at U.S. Agency for Global Media (Voice of America). She has also developed and delivered training programs for USAID and U.S. Institute of Peace and dozens of multinational companies including Apple, Microsoft, Caterpillar, John Deere and Nestlé. Her areas of expertise include navigating career transitions, cultivating a diverse network, writing compelling resumes, conducting effective interviews, and facilitating expatriate mobility programs. Over her career, she has worked with over 5,000 clients from 50 countries who range from students and entry-level employees to team leaders to CEOs and Ambassadors in a wide variety of professions in government, multinational corporations, non-governmental organizations, universities and the military.
Pam is an Associate Certified Coach (ACC) with the International Coaching Federation. She earned an International MBA from the University of South Carolina, and a BA with Distinction in Sociology from the University of Illinois. Pam has been a featured speaker at U.S. and international conferences, most recently in Hungary and Germany, addressing issues such as global competence and international student exchange programs. She is certified in the MBTI, EQ-i 2.0 and the OneLIfeTools. She is fluent in Portuguese and Spanish and has lived in Brazil and Bosnia & Herzegovina.
Kim Neubauer is an award-winning learning and development consultant who is highly valued for offering strategies, insights and confidence that have led to successful career transitions. As a Senior Career Consultant with Lee Hecht Harrison, Kim has delivered hundreds of job search workshops and 1-1 coaching to Fortune 500 company employees. She is the beloved Resume Coach for MBA/MS students and alumni of Drexel University’s LeBow College of Business. In addition, Kim provides group and individual career/life counseling and mock interviews to diplomats and others transitioning out of careers with the U.S. Department of State.
Kim founded PACDA, the first National Career Development Association (NCDA) state division in Pennsylvania. Kim has a Master's degree in Organization Development from American University's NTL program and an undergraduate degree in Psychology and African Studies from Penn State. She has guided individuals to make good-fit career choices, increased team effectiveness, transformed conflict, and saved marriages with use of the Myers Briggs Type Indicator®.
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