Marcy Travis has more than two decades of experience helping individuals identify career paths that align with their passions. A skilled career strategist, her coaching sessions focus on brainstorming what truly excites a job seeker. Along with coaching, Marcy delivers job search document development and interviewing strategy services.
Her particular expertise is helping individuals who are unfulfilled in their careers or are in transition. Whether clients have a vague idea of their career aspirations or no idea where to start, Marcy excels at uncovering long-forgotten dreams and develops practical plans with actionable steps to make these dreams a reality.
Prior to IMPACT Group, Marcy spent 21 years with the New York State Department of Labor in employment services, where she provided resources and job search assistance to diverse populations. In 2014, Marcy embarked on her own career change when she started a coaching practice. Marcy can empathize with the confusion and insecurity that surrounds a career transition, and now as a coach, she desires to help others achieve their professional dreams while maintaining a healthy work-life balance.
Marcy received her career coaching certification through Dan Miller’s Coaching Mastery Program, an elite program that teaches the dynamics of coaching alongside business principles. She also holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Rochester.
What others have said about Marcy:
“I always feel energized after talking with you…like I can do it!” -Client
“I walked away with such a great feeling of encouragement and promise for my future. I haven’t felt this way in a long time.” -Client
“[She is a] leader in helping employees find work they love… [I] would highly recommend Marcy’s services for people looking to transition into work they love.” -Dan Miller, Coaching Mastery Program
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