Claudia Rossi is a Career/Transition Coach with 25 years of experience in career transition, personal branding, and marketing. Claudia is passionate about helping people identify and find jobs that allow them to achieve personal as well as professional life goals.
Before becoming a coach, Claudia worked in the marketing, finance, sales, and real estate industries, where she became skilled at re-inventing herself as she pivoted from one career to another. Along the way, she experienced unexpected job loss twice due to the crash of the real estate and finance industries, leading to an intimate understanding of the struggles and fears associated with career transition.
Claudia has delivered career coaching across every professional level—from recent graduates to executives as well as careers changers—and through every stage of the job search process, including résumé development, LinkedIn optimization, networking, interviewing, and salary negotiation. Her background in marketing and personal branding provides an extra level of clarity to the job search process, as she helps individuals clearly articulate their skill set, strengths, and achievements to employers.
Claudia obtained her professional coach training through the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC) and is certified as an Associate Certified Coach (ACC) through the Institute of Coaching Professionals (ICF). She holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Texas and a master’s degree from the University of North Carolina. She currently serves as a member of the Board of Directors for the ICF Georgia chapter, where she works to enhance education and training within the local coaching community.
Living in the Atlanta metro area, Claudia enjoys spending as much time as she can outdoors, whether that is traveling or going on hikes with her dog, Piper.
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