Dodie has written or edited more than 800 resumes and cover letters for clients at every career stage, from entry-level to senior executives, in various industries including Human Resources, Administrative/Support Services, Law Enforcement/Security, Marketing/Public Relations, Logistics/Transportation, Maintenance, Manufacturing, Banking, Financial Services, Sales, Accounting/Auditing, Consulting Services, Education, Restaurant/Food Service, Real Estate/Construction, and Arts/Entertainment. Dodie worked as a Career Counselor for the Army Career and Alumni Program (ACAP) after serving on active duty with the US Army Reserve. In addition to being a Certified Professional Resume Writer (CPRW), she is also a Certified Employment Interview Professional (CEIP) through the Professional Association of Resume Writers and Career Coaches. She holds a Master of Education in Human Resource Development from Colorado State University and a Bachelor of Arts in Speech Communication from North Carolina State University.
A Resume Tip from Dodie T
Quantify your experiences as much as possible. Listing your tasks and responsibilities may seem like a good place to start, but that list doesn’t tell employers why they should hire you over someone else. Use numbers, percentages, and dollar amounts – especially for any results you have produced – to demonstrate your effectiveness to a potential employer.