It can be a daunting leap to move from seeking a job or career to finding one. But personality tools and assessments can help bridge that gap.
Director of the Career Center, Towson University
Lorie Logan-Bennett is the Director of the Career Center at Towson University. In that capacity, she oversees the university's comprehensive Career Center, including its employer development, student career advising, and internship functions. Lorie has worked in higher education career centers for nearly twenty years, including serving as the Associate Director of the Career Services Center at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County and working as a graduate assistant in the Arts and Sciences Career Services office at The Ohio State University. Lorie was also previously employed by the Ohio Legislative Services Commission and the National Committee on Pay Equity.
Psychologist and Psychoanalyst, Old Town Alexandria, VA
Dr. Jennifer Babcock is a psychologist and psychoanalyst practicing in Old Town Alexandria, VA. Dr. Babcock works with children and adults in psychotherapy, and she also provides psychological, educational, academic, and neuropsychological assessments of children and adults. She is an Assistant Clinical Professor at George Washington University, teaching doctoral level students about assessment. Dr. Babcock is also on the adjunct faculty at Georgetown University Hospital, teaching psychiatrist residents about assessments. She graduated from the George Washington University with her Doctoral Degree in Psychology in 2005. Her Master's of Education in Counseling Psychology and Master's of Arts in Organizational Psychology came from Columbia University in 2001.
Program Specialist, Susquehanna Workforce Network
Joe Ricci is a Program Specialist with the Susquehanna Workforce Network's (SWN)'s Administrative Office in Havre de Grace, MD. Joe works with job seekers of all ages and backgrounds providing services that span career assessments to resume creation to job interviews and identifying opportunities for training and skill enhancement. Prior to joining SWN in 2008, Joe spent 29 years working for the US Army Environmental Command (USAEC) as an Environmental Engineer / Technical Advisor.
Director of Research, Monster Government Solutions
Bruce is the Director of Real-Time Labor Intelligence Market Research for Monster Government Solutions. Since 2014, he has spearheaded a partnership between Traitify and Monster Government Solutions to expand opportunities in postsecondary education and workforce development for the Traitify visual personality assessment.