Robin Roman Wright, BCC, MSW
Robin is a Board Certified Career and Leadership Coach. She is passionate about helping career practitioners coach youth and young adult clients so that they can chart their own path, earn a living wage and create satisfying lives for themselves.
She transitioned from social work into management development training and then started her own coaching and consulting business 16 years ago. Along the way, she led a business-school partnership with an urban middle school in Boston, MA and wrote a career exploration curriculum for underrepresented high school students for the Higher Education Resource Center initiative in Massachusetts.
Also, Robin is coauthor of Transform Interests Into Jobs: A Career Practitioner’s Guide and publisher of an online newsletter. She coaches teens and young adults, mostly between the ages of 15 and 29. She enjoys helping millennials and post-millennials succeed in school, find their niche and launch into the world of work. While she works with youth and young adults in general, she has a specialty working with young people who have been diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, whether the inattentive type or the hyperactive type.
Robin has presented to a variety of audiences on the topic of career planning including: the Career Counselors’ Consortium Northeast, International Career Development Conference, The Indiana Youth Institute College and Career Conference, the Independent Educational Consultant’s Association and CHADD (Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder).
Currently teaches in the following courses
Millennial Career Coaching