Lisa Krull, career coach at Goose Creek Consulting, specializes in resume writing and career preparation. She is passionate about helping others find their ideal career path and develop as leaders. Her work with the government and government contractors has allowed her an in-depth understanding of the world of cleared jobs which she utilizes in her coaching.
In addition to providing resume services and career preparation, Lisa is an excellent resource for those in need of interview tips or perfecting their elevator pitch. She works closely with her clients to determine their ideal career path, make significant career transitions and find satisfaction in their professional lives.
In her coaching Lisa focuses on creating a plan of action to facilitate the development of the skills necessary for her clients to reach professional success. Because of her background in leadership and human capital development Lisa is able to identify the qualities and characteristics of resumes that will get the attention of recruiters and hiring managers. Lisa’s goal is to help her clients identify their ideal career and develop the confidence necessary to succeed in the workplace. She does this by providing useful feedback on her clients resumes and elevator pitch as well as preparing them for interviews in a low-pressure environment.
Qualifications, Education, Experience:
With more than 10 years of professional experience, Lisa has worked at The George Washington University Elliott School of International Affairs helping college students identify and implement proactive job search techniques. Lisa collaborates with the Resume Writing Academy as a primary resume writer for the Cornell University S.C. Johnson Graduate School of Management Executive MBA Program, and has presented career workshops at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Career Pathways Conference.
Lisa has worked as a strategic partner and career development coach with some of the biggest companies in Washington, D.C. including the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, and the Internal Revenue Service.