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Francine Fabricant, speaking at the on-campus event “Changing Careers: When Is It Time and How Do You Transition?” at Barnard College, Columbia University. Photo: Barnard Alumnae Network

Are you looking for a thoughtful and motivating speaker for your next event?

Drawing practical insights from timely research and real-world career issues, Francine Fabricant will help inspire and engage your audience with a meaningful discussion about genuine and personal career concerns.

Despite the changes in our economy and the unpredictable nature of today’s job market, it is possible to feel more confident, make decisions, move forward, and prepare for your own career success.

The highlight of Francine’s presentations are her Q & A portions. She welcomes questions and helps her audiences explore solutions to truly difficult individual concerns – while bridging connections to career issues facing all of us.

In addition to keynote addresses and presentations, she can also serve as moderator or host for your event. She has been a featured speaker at Columbia University, Hofstra University, The Bryant Library, Metropolitan College of New York, The Calhoun School (private school in Manhattan), the JCC in Manhattan, and more, including various universities, professional conferences, community events, libraries, alumni groups, women’s groups, and business events.

About
Francine Fabricant, MA, EdM helps people rethink their opportunities and build careers that are personally meaningful and rewarding. Lead author of Creating Career Success, Francine is a lecturer at Hofstra University Continuing Education and has also worked at Columbia University’s Center for Career Education and FIT’s Career Services. She holds degrees from Barnard College and Teachers College, Columbia University and is a frequent speaker on career topics.

 

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