Karen Litzinger is passionate about helping people answer the lifelong question, “What do I want to be when I grow up?” She also helps people reach those goals and not have resumes lost in the black hole of the Internet. Karen founded Litzinger Career Counseling in 2002 and has coached thousands of people from high school students through retirees to women re-entering the workforce.
Before launching her own career counseling practice, Karen was Director of Career Services at Chatham University and Career Center Associate Director at Carnegie Mellon University. She has an M.Ed. from Michigan State University in Higher Education Administration and a B.A. in Business Administration from Duquesne University.
Karen has attained the highest career professional designation of Certified Career Counselor through the National Career Development Association. She is also a Licensed Professional Counselor and Global Career Development Facilitator. Karen also attained professional membership status in the National Speaker’s Association and has addressed associations and companies across the country.
Karen loves to help women discover their career passions and coach them through the process of the job search. To learn more about Karen and how she can assist you through career coaching or speaking, visit her website here. Also, check out her book, Help Wanted: An A to Z Guide to Cope with the Ups and Downs of the Job Search, about staying positive amidst the anxiety of job searching.