Dear Class of '85,

Our classmate Amy Feind Reeves, who has stepped out of corporate life to pursue her passion for career coaching, has signed on to do our first class podcast to address professional issues classmates may be facing.  Join us this Sunday, January 29 at 9 pm ET for "Making Positive Steps Towards Change-Career Transitions at any Stage."

Amy will offer thoughtful, practical advice for anyone looking to move towards a more fulfilling role that will make them happier.  She'll discuss logical approaches for identifying your career, lifestyle and salary goals.  Additionally, together you'll walk through examples of how to talk about about your own experiences and skills to set yourself up to achieve these goals. This will be an hour that will give you tools and jumpstart your thinking.

A brief overview of Amy’s bio since leaving Wellesley is below:
Amy Feind Reeves is the Founder and CEO of JobCoachAmy, where she leverages her experience as a hiring manager to help new and seasoned professionals find jobs that make them happy. Her corporate practice focuses on managing millennials. Amy has enjoyed successful careers as a commercial banker, global management consultant, entrepreneur, corporate executive, and non-profit executive. Amy graduated cum laude from Wellesley College and earned an MBA at the Tuck School of Dartmouth College. She is on the Board of Directors of The Philanthropy Connection, a women’s collective giving organization, and teaches financial literacy to middle school girls for WE FLY.
Amy is known to be a fabulous speaker and we are excited to welcome our classmate to our webinar. Please mark your calendars.
Date: Sunday, January 29
Time: 9:00 to 10:00 pm ET

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We look forward to your participation!

Your Class of '85 Officers
Caroline Wells Stone, M. Gwin Wheatley, Janet Wheeler, Mary Tanner, Kelly Bunt Desmond, Carrie Trautwein Hammond, and Kim Peretz-Mok