Hope Winters is a New York-based personal coach who focuses on public speaking and career transitions with a varied clientele. With a professional background extending three decades in industries ranging from finance to pharmaceuticals, Hope Winters works with clients to boost confidence and address issues such as stress.
Ms. Winters utilizes dialectic behavioral and cognitive behavioral techniques in helping people maintain positivity and better focus on the tasks and goals at hands. In addition to her private practice, she has held a position with Brooklyn College as a college career counselor.
Her work with students at the graduate and undergraduate level has included resume development and academic advice, and she has helped students forge dynamic LinkedIn and interview strategies. Ms. Winters has also worked with students on strategies for advancement involving networking and elevator pitches. She is currently active with Baruch College, City University of New York, in a role as FYS first year seminar instructor.
Hope Winters maintains GETFIVE.com career counselor certification and is active with MNYCCPOA, which includes New York-area career services counselors from 60 colleges.