As a Career Coach with IMPACT Group, Helen Galletly brings a valuable synthesis of corporate recruiting experience in addition to her career coaching, marketing, advertising, and mental health counseling background. Whether facilitating a large group or meeting individually with clients, Helen brings a passion for helping people pursue their life work. She has gone through her own corporate relocation and career transition experiences, which enables her to bring credibility, encouragement, and reassurance to others as they navigate major life changes.
For the past six years, Helen has specialized in assessing career transition needs and developing tailored job search strategies for a variety of professionals. Her previous roles include Corporate Talent Reassignment Advocate, Non-Profit Employment Specialist, and Career Coach in the outplacement industry.
Prior to serving as a career coach, Helen worked at JPMorgan Chase for eight years, where she was a corporate recruiter. She played a key role in leading nationwide training efforts and rolling out an online recruiting system they still use today.
Helen holds a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology, with a concentration in Economics, from the University of Florida, as well as a master’s degree in Education, with a specialty in Agency Counseling, from the University of North Texas. More recently, Helen completed her foundational training in Life Coaching from the Institute for Life Coach Training. She is an active member of the International Coach Federation – Central Florida. She also holds a Licensed Professional Counseling (LPC) designation.
The Tampa Bay Area has served as Helen’s home for most of her life; however, she has lived in Connecticut and Texas. Helen is a breast cancer survivor and is passionate about helping local women’s cancer support groups. She enjoys inspiring cancer patients to make positive life changes as they go through their treatment and healing process.
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