Sister Survivor, how ready are you for a new job?

Most abuse survivors have to start over and get re-established. Part of that can be getting a new job—maybe in a different town, and possibly in an all-new industry.

Let’s make sure you’re armed and ready to get the right job with a strong, engaging resume.

I’ll turn your strengths, experiences, and expertise into an authentic and perfectly formatted representation of you. Not feeling so strong and experienced? You are, just trust me. I’ll uncover what you can’t see in yourself.

When I’m done, you’ll love the way you look on paper. You’ll also feel confident enough to seek the workday you deserve, so you can start building the life you deserve.

Here’s what a few of my former clients have said:

“You do excellent work.” — Julie, Daviess County

“You are spot on with everything [you put in my resume], thank you, thank you, thank you!” — Sara, Platte City

“I appreciated your casual and understanding approach.” — anonymous, Nebraska

“I have miles to go [with my job search] but with your help I feel that I have a good start. Thank you for being a part of that.” — R., Parkville

“[A prospective employer] commented on how great the resume is, and said, ‘I want to interview you right now.'” — J., Rural Missouri

“You were professional and thorough, and went above and beyond to help me transition into a new career. I would recommend your services to anyone!” — Nicole, Kansas City

“This resume is f*cking awesome!” — Jennifer, California

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