Acting President: Angie Engel, MA
Acting Vice President: Brad McGuire
At-Large Board Member: Dan Kennedy
Dr. Kate Duttro worked for more than a decade as a career counselor and coordinator at the University of Washington. Retiring recently, she established her private practice as a career consultant and coach, specializing in helping academics (from grad students to post docs and adjuncts) to work in careers based on the strengths they excel at and love to use. She also teaches the distance learning course necessary for certification as Career Development Facilitator, for the National Career Development Association and NECA.
Kate writes for Job-Hunt.org and the Career thought Leader blog, as well as her own blogs, CareerChangeforAcademics.com and SeattleCareerTrainer.com. She co-authored Seattle Job Source and edited the Career Planning and Adult Development Journal’s special issue on the Influence of Bernard Haldane on Career Development. Her earlier careers include teaching at Penn State and James Madison University, anthropological work in Central and South America, freelance writing/editing, sheep farming and work in economic development. She earned her academic degrees at Penn State University. Kate is a member of the National Career Development Association, the Puget Sound Career Development Association (and past president), the Career Planning and Adult Development Network, and Career Directors International.
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