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Hi!  I'm Heather, and I'm so glad you're here.

While my official bio includes working at Goldman Sachs and Boston Consulting Group and a Stanford MBA, there's so much more to the story.

Originally from a small town, I wrote Art of the Job Search because I previously had no idea that there was ‘an art’ to finding a job, especially one you love.

Several years ago, I decided I wanted to live more intentionally--and find a job I loved. I quickly learned that the job search is not what it seems.  Dropping resumes online led to radio silence.  Following the conventional interview approach didn't work.  And I wasn't quite sure how to network. What questions do you ask?  How do you find people in your network?  To find a job, especially one I loved, I realized that I needed to figure out how the job search really worked.

So, I interviewed 50+ people who found jobs they loved.  Classmates from Stanford Business School.  People at Fortune 100 companies, like Google and Facebook. People at small companies - from non-profits to hedge funds.  Entrepreneurs founding their own companies. 

Using what I learned from these incredible people, I ended up with 5x more offers, a 20% higher salary – and most importantly, a job I loved. I learned something very valuable:  there is an art to the job search, especially when you are trying to find work you love.  

This experience inspired me to help others find jobs they love -- and to write the Art of the Job Search, which includes specifics on how to:

  • Figure out what you want to do next

  • Build the confidence to search

  • Create an amazing resume

  • Network authentically (even if you’re an introvert)

  • Interview effectively

  • Negotiate and make $500k in your lifetime

  • Set yourself up for success in your new job

I continue to look for ways to live more intentionally, which has included traveling the world with my husband for a year (favorite places: Joshua Tree, Namibia, and Taos), creating abstract art, and spending time with the people that I love. 

I live in San Francisco with my husband, Robin, and Golden Retriever, Ollie.  And we just added a new companion to the mix – our son, Ever.