We actually believe we can play a part in making this a better world by helping you be happier with your career.
We’ve been on this journey, too, and know how to reduce the confusion and stress.
Let’s Discover your Pathwaze together.
Thanks for checking out our company. For many years, I had an amazing corporate career. It was filled with more opportunities and growth than I ever imagined…and then came the day, which turned into most days, where I wasn’t thriving. Too frequently, with my employees, I witnessed the effects of what a bad job-fit (plain-ole-crappy) does to a person: psychologically, physically and emotionally. But how did I let it happen to me?! I was on the wrong path! I went back to basics, one of my primary jobs in IBM was to define and understand what job-roles fit people and get them into the right ones. It was heart-wrenching when my employees were unraveling because they weren’t in the right job-role. They were obviously great at many things, just not the job they were in. That’s when I started formalizing the methodology and processes to help.
It wasn’t just at work, a common discussion with friends was our struggle to guide and launch our children as they had anxiety about colleges and jobs. Then there were colleagues who were laid-off or wanting career changes and empty nesters trying to re-enter the workforce. Many were overwhelmed and struggling to find guidance. Most of them were undervaluing their skills, experiences and gifts. That made me mad! I started working with them, which led to others asking me for the help. So, I took what I learned over all of those years and Discover Pathwaze was born. The response was overwhelming.
This we know, research shows when we find the right career match, our probability for success and satisfaction dramatically increases.
Most importantly, our core mission is to serve the community with our products and services. We hope you will join us.
Other miscellaneous stuff:
I’ve led several global organizations at IBM. My career highlight was being recognized by our CEO, Ginni Rometty, as one of the best managers for developing employees and creating growth initiatives. I have a degree in Psychology. Lastly, you’ll find me exploring the great Rocky Mountains when I’m not doing people stuff.
Let’s Discover your Pathwaze together
I made the decision to retire early from IBM and leave the corporate world. I realized I wanted to do something where I had more passion with a focus in non-profit. I completed our assessment, based on encouragement from Mary, and discovered I was heading down the right new path.
In high school, I wanted to be a math teacher. I was lucky enough to have a high school counselor who suggested that I should consider computer science, which at that time was an emerging degree. “Do you want to have a job when you’re finished with college?.” he asked of me. Of course I answered yes. I did get a degree in Computer Science with a minor in Business Administration.
Throughout my corporate career I have had positions from programmer to first line manager and I thoroughly enjoyed delivering the business requirements to the end-user as a business analyst and project manager. I’ve received several accreditations in project/program management. I have mentored and coached numerous team members and acquaintances.
A little more about me:
I’m based in Louisville Colorado (just outside of Boulder/Denver). Moving to Colorado is one of the best decisions I ever made and I only I had decided sooner to move to this wonderful area.
I am thrilled to be part of your discovery process and excited to provide the guidance that I was lucky enough to be given. Our giving program fulfills my passion to be part of a non profit.
This will be an exciting journey!