Alana Waisbrot

Alana Waisbrot
Industry/Function: 
Consulting
Investment Banking
Investment Management
Specialty : 
Mock Interviews
Networking
Resume Review
Education: 
MS, Psychological Counseling - Teachers College, Columbia University
Contact Info: 

My Ideal Client: I have worked primarily with clients < 5-10 years post-mba and enjoy working with this cohort, helping to define goals and next steps in career progression. I love working on enhancing and tailoring resumes, networking strategy, and interview prep in particular.

Alana Waisbrot is an experienced career coach who advises Alumni on a range of career topics including self-assessment, strategy planning, resume and cover letter review, interview preparation, and negotiation. Alana has been a part of the CMC at Columbia Business School since 2008, most recently part of the Experienced Professionals team focused on Executive MBAs and Alumni coaching and prior to that as Associate Director of Career Education and Advising for the Full Time Program. Before joining Columbia, Alana managed relationships and the on campus recruiting program as a member of the Career Management Center at Kellogg (Northwestern). Alana began her career on Wall Street working in HR at Citigroup’s Investment Bank and as a campus recruiter at Lehman Brothers.

Alana also works as a Coach for admissions consulting firm, Ivy Advisors, helping clients better define their interests, skills and career goals. Alana graduated with a bachelor’s in Psychology from the University of Michigan – Ann Arbor and completed Masters level coursework in Psychological Counseling at Teachers College- Columbia University.

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