March 27, 2013
by Kathleen Garber
Alumni from all over the country gathered via WebEx to listen to Louise Finley (’05) share her expertise as a career counselor.
Webinar description: Whether you’re just starting out or considering making a change, learn how personality and values affect job satisfaction. Understanding how these qualities impact you in the workplace will help you find more meaningful work and make smarter career decisions.
Couldn’t attend live?
Louise Finley (’05) is a career counselor at Jordan Stones Center for Counseling in Roswell, GA. Louise worked in Human Resources after graduating from Wake Forest. During this time she became passionate about helping others and decided to pursue a career in counseling. She graduated with a Master’s in Professional Counseling from Richmont Graduate University in 2011. Now Lousie provides counseling in job search and career, depression, anxiety, bi-polar, pre-marital preparedness, and marital relationships. She volunteers at Peachford Hospital and Johnson Ferry Baptist Church’s Crossroads Ministry. Louise desires to help individuals find meaningful, healthy work placements and achieve balance in all areas of life.
The Office of Alumni Engagement’s mission is to find exciting new ways to connect Wake Forest alumni, friends and family. Once a Deac, always a Deac – and we’re here for you. Each day we leap out of bed humming the fight song, ready to create the moments that keep the spirit of Wake Forest present in your world.