Kelly is Assistant Director of Career Development and Social Media Outreach. She is also the “blog master” for The Works. A self-proclaimed social media enthusiast and Gen Y, she likes experimenting with new technology to help clients define their personal online brand. Kelly graduated from Northeastern University (Go Huskies!) with a BA in communication studies and a MS in college student development and counseling. Tweet her @kellydscott4.
Ashley LoBue is a Career Advisor at Northeastern Career Development and a frequent contributor to The Works. As City Spotlight and Standout Student correspondent, she interviews outstanding students doing cool things in cool places for The Works. A Boston College graduate, Ashley has over 3 years of experience working in higher education and is a proponent for international and experiential education.
Susan is an Associate Director of Career Development who has also worked in search consulting, journalism and corporate communications. One way that she keeps up with her daughters, a college student and a lawyer, is through social media, and she has gotten back in touch with many old friends and classmates thanks to Facebook. Susan has a special interest in helping students and alumni with career decision making and is a strong advocate for women reaching their full potential.
Lindsey is a middler at Northeastern studying international affairs, with minors in social entrepreneurship and writing. She hopes to land an editorial or content marketing co-op before she graduates in May 2016. Find her Tweeting at @lindseygsampson and blogging about travel & career at http://moreawesomerblog.com/
Emily Brown is a Career Counseling Intern in Career Development. Emily has a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the College of the Holy Cross and is currently a graduate student in the College Student Development and Counseling program at Northeastern. She has previously worked in construction management and provides perspective on aspects of life as a young professional and grad student. Emily hopes to continue working in the career counseling field once she graduates in May 2014.