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Quantic Live: A Conversation with Director of Quantic & Valar Career Services, Lisa Thomson

Enjoy our conversation with Director of Career Services for Quantic and Valar InstituteLisa Thomson, Ed.D..

Lisa discussed everything from Quantic’s career services resources, common misconceptions about networking, and how to enhance your presence on LinkedIn.

Lisa is a career coach and connector, specializing in helping people discover and realize their potential, regardless of industry, life stage, or background. Before launching career services at Quantic, she worked in admissions and career services at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business, spending the last 5 years leading career services for the master of management studies and the weekend executive MBA programs. She holds a Doctorate in Education from North Carolina State University and is a Designing Your Life certified coach.


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