Did you know that salary negotiation is an expected step in the interview process? Knowing the proper way to negotiate is critical to the success of a win-win process for both candidate and employer. A majority of women, 60%, say they have never negotiated with an employer over pay, which ultimately contributes to the wage gap between genders. Join us for a presentation on how to present yourself as a valued candidate and how to talk with your manager about your current salary and career advancement.
Kioshana LaCount Burrell, Assistant Director
Kioshana has more than ten years of experience in career and life coaching, having held positions in the non-profit, private and public sectors. She has six years of experience in management and consulting for U.S Department of Labor contractors, and now uses her invaluable industry expertise to advise alumni in the Office of Career Management.
Marilyn Bury Rice, Director
Marilyn has 35 years of experience in the career management field within higher education, non-profit, and corporate settings. Prior to joining the Alumni Association, Marilyn served as a Career Management Consultant assisting individuals in career transition at Right Management, an international corporate outplacement firm; New Directions Career Center, a non-profit agency in Central Ohio; and The University of Notre Dame. In addition, Marilyn’s consulting experience included being part of a team delivering diversity and inclusion training to employees of Honda of America.
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