Sandy Demarest, BA, CCMC

Sandy Demarest is an experienced career coach who helps clients apply unique talents, skills and passion to fuel their motivation at work and fulfill their professional goals. She also helps accomplished professionals nearing retirement to find purpose, meaning and daily fulfillment as they transition out of full-time positions. She notes, “We spend over 50% of our waking life at work. Devoting that amount of time to a career that brings you challenge, growth and fulfillment is critical to your life happiness quotient.” Sandy enjoys speaking at businesses and industry events on such topics as skill development, personal branding, career management/development, succession planning and retirement options.

Sandy holds a BA in Social Work and Psychology as well as several professional credentials including Certified Career Management Coach, Job Search Strategist and Certified Retirement Options Coach. She is certified in The Emotional Quotient Inventory, EQI-2.0® and Skillscan™. She is an active member of the National Career Development Association keeping her focus on the business and industry sector. Sandy enjoys helping Sojourn clients build confidence through authentic storytelling that highlights their accomplishments. One of her trademarks is revealing the priceless value inside every individual and helping them harness their unique talents toward career fulfillment and organizational success.

Areas of Expertise:  Career strategies, career coaching, skills gap analysis, professional development, career growth, workforce development, employee motivation, human resource consulting and retirement options coaching.

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