Brandi is a certified professional resume writer and literary jack-of-all-trades. She earned her bachelors in English literature from University of Connecticut and her CPRW years later. Be warned, however, Brandi is not your typical career services agent. She genuinely cares about your success and will hold no punches. Her interview and consultation style is colloquial and her appearance even more relaxed. Do not be fooled by the dread locs, piercings, and tattoos, though, Brandi is the real deal. Just ask the thousands of clients who have achieved the positions of their dreams.
Brandi began to hone her writing prowess contributing to various media outlets and personal clients, including BET.com, Playgirl, OK! Magazine, local City Council candidates, and global individuals of all career level, including military and government employees. She has worked for resume giant TheLadders as well as for LiveCareer, before finding her own style. Brandi has built a successful Resume Writing career by quickly assess needs and goals to deliver projects ahead or at deadline. Whether interviewing jobseekers or partnering with recruiters and writing agencies, she has always delivered satisfaction.
From entry, professional, and executive resumes to cover letters, LinkedIn profiles, and bios she can produce results. A budding thought leader recognized for her ability to foster and fortify strategic and business relationships, build consensus, and earn trust while inspiring confidence with ease. Her record of excellence is measured by her ability to drive business development significantly based on word-of-mouth alone. Brandi is particularly adept at managing expectations and diffusing conflict with tact and grace, yielding consistent brand loyalty.
Most of all, she loves to watch her ideas come alive on the page and her clients succeed. Never one to shy away from a challenge, Brandi has one rule, “If you can dream it, I can write it!”
Resume Tip: Avoid listing every single thing that you've ever done. Resist the urge to create a data dump. Find out what is most important and stick to that. Employers will only be interested in the past 10 to 15 years at most. Give them just enough to want call you in for an interview and learn more.