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Healthy Bits and Bites with Dana Galin

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Dana Galin joins me on Healthy Bits and Bites to discuss her career reinvention process. Dana is a career consultant and co-founder of Defineum (www.defineum.com), the career strategy firm of choice for accomplished people who want to take a proactive approach to career fulfillment. Dana worked for twenty years in the communications industry where she served as a marketing and PR strategist. She helped launch Kayak.com as Vice President, Communications and was the Communications Director for the Trickle Up Program, an international NGO working to alleviate poverty through microenterprise development. Before that, Dana worked as Senior Vice President at Robinson Lerer & Montgomery and previously served as Managing Director for the Gable Group in Los Angeles. Dana’s clients included Nintendo of America, Disney, Sprint PCS, RealNetworks, Yamaha, and Hewlett Packard, among many others. As part of her career reinvention process, Dana left public relations to help women build their self-esteem through their image. Following her passion, she built a jewelry design company and became an image consultant. Dana sold her original jewelry designs in Bloomingdale’s and other fine stores across the country. Her work was featured on the hit show “Gossip Girl” and “Guiding Light” and worn by celebrities, including indie actress Lili Taylor and soap opera star Signy Coleman. Dana has logged more than 1,000 hours of personal development training from esteemed institutions, including Landmark Education, Touchstone Communication, the Creativity and Personal Mastery Institute, and Ackerman Institute for the Family. Whether you’re interested in advancing along your current path, changing directions, or looking for a new job in the same field, Defineum's powerful coaching programs can help you further leverage your professional success. For more information on Dana or to set-up a consultation please contact her at dana@defineum.com or call 917.679.2162.

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