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Carol Vecchio is Founder of Centerpoint Institute for Life and Career Renewal. A nonprofit, educational organization established in 1992 and based in Seattle, Washington, Centerpoint helps people navigate change and discover their passions and purpose in life.
Carol was presented with the 2010 National Career Development Association Outstanding Career Practitioner Award in recognition for her work with clients and all her contributions to the field. She is a sought-out speaker to groups of all sizes throughout the US and Canada, from keynote speeches to team retreat facilitations. She’s quoted in print, online as well as on radio and TV around issues of transition, passion and work.
As a full-time career counselor since 1981, she’s worked at New York University, Fordham University School of Law, in private practice, and now with Centerpoint. Her professional development includes a degree in psychology, graduate studies in counseling, and extensive training with Richard N. Bolles author of What Color is Your Parachute?. Carol has worked with people in a variety of fields and professions; one of her specialties over the past 28 years is assisting lawyers and the legal profession.
Her purpose in life is to help others embrace and learn from the uncertainty that change brings, uncover their passions, and create lives that they love. She is currently writing a book whose working title is The Time Between Dreams: Successfully Navigating Change and Uncertainty in Life and Career.
She balances her work with time spent with her husband, singing, cats, jewelry design, home improvement projects, and “urban homesteading.”
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