Randi Bussin, founder and president of Aspire!, is a career coach and counselor with more than 25 years of business, entrepreneurial, and career counseling experience.
Randi has experienced several major career transitions (from corporate to small business owner to career counselor to coach) and personally understands the effort and commitment involved.
Randi most recently served as Director of MBA Strategic Initiatives at the Franklin W. Olin Graduate School of Business at Babson College.
Previously, she was Assistant Director of Graduate Career Services at Bentley College and at the Boston University School of Management, where she also taught career development, networking, entrepreneurship, and international business.
Randi has extensive corporate experience in sales and marketing management with Microsoft, Compaq, Codex/Motorola, and Wang Laboratories, both in the U.S. and Europe. She also served as president of an international high-tech consultancy firm, Trilogie Consultants, for more than 10 years.
Randi earned an MBA from INSEAD, in Fontainebleau, France, with concentrations in Organizational Behavior and Entrepreneurship. Randi also has a master’s degree from Tufts University and has completed the Core Essentials Program (CEP) from Coach University.
Randi is a certified career management coach from the Career Coach Academy, and a member of the Career Management Alliance (CMA). She also has taken training in the DISC behavioral and communication assessment, the Golden Personality Type Profiler (GPTP), and through Reach Communications to help clients uncover, communicate, and build their offline and online brands for career management.
Randi is a member of the Career Management Alliance (CMA), the National Résumé Writers’ Association, the Career Counselors’ Consortium of New England, and the INSEAD Alumni Association. She has appeared on public television’s “Job Doctor,” and is a frequent contributor to Bridgestar’s Leadership Matters newsletter, The Ladders job-search Web site (www.theladders.com) and her own blog, which offers advice on career transition, job search, and labor market trends. Follow Randi on Twitter @MyReinventure for more job search and career tips.
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