NY Creative Interns Keynote Spotlight: Maggie Mistal, Career Coach Extraordinaire

We’re excited to announce our closing Keynote Speaker for Find and Follow Your Passion on April 21, 2012. Meet Maggie Mistal, Career Coach Extraordinaire.

CNN dubbed Maggie Mistal, “one of the nation’s best known career coaches.” She is a certified life purpose and career coach who (for six years) hosted a weekly national radio show called “Making a Living with Maggie” on SIRIUSXM. Her motivational advice to combine passion and talent with career has transformed the lives of her listeners and clients.

In her successful career consulting practice, Maggie helps people of all levels and backgrounds to identify their ideal careers and walks them through the Soul Search, Research and Job Search needed to make a living at what they love. Even top corporations such as PepsiCo seek Maggie’s help in developing their employees and managers.

Maggie is frequently in the media as a career expert. She has appeared several times on CNN & has been quoted in The New York Times, The Washington Post, FoxBusiness.com, WallStreetJournal.com, USA Today and the Boston Globe to name a few.

To read the articles and check out Maggie’s free career videos visit the Media page on her website. Maggie supports the efforts of Streetwise Partners to help unemployed and under-employed New Yorkers. With her spare time, she’s created her own cabaret show aptly titled “Follow Your Dreams.”

We have tons more to share with you, so check back often for new announcements. Head to our conference site for more details. You’ll meet amazing professionals like Maggie, and make great friends and future collaborators.

If you had a chance, what would you ask Maggie? Check out her Twitter or website, and let us know in the comments.

About the Author

Marny Smith was the VP and Director of Community of FindSpark for 2.5 years. She is a FindSpark Advisor, Certified Professional Resume Writer, Diversity Advocate, and Employment Specialist connecting young adults with developmental disabilities with supportive employers. Interested in learning more about hiring individuals with disabilities? Feel free to reach out: msmith@jccmanhattan.org

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