b'MEET THE TEAMCYNDI FREEMAN, Director SARAH LATHROP, Assistant Director I live vicariously through the success of those I have worked with and for.Meeting students whereThese relationships last a lifetime. Thethey are, at any point injourney of each graduate and student istheir career journey. important to me. My goal is to provide you with the tools you need toachieve your goals. Sarah is a 15-year employee of Franklin University, as well as an alumna. Sarah holds advanced degrees in grant writing, management and evaluation, education administration With more than 20 years of experience with The Ohio Stateand business. She has an incredible breadth and depth of University, Pennsylvania State University and nonprofitknowledge in higher education that she combines with a workforce development, Cyndi brings extensive experience passion for operations, process improvement and project in higher education and workforce development to Franklin.management. Sarah appreciates the chance to bring people Her expertise includes career exploration, crafting rsums andwith competing perspectives and priorities together and cover letters, strategic job searches, interview preparation anddriving them to a common goal that the group can ultimately coaching. Cyndi possesses an extraordinary understanding offeel good about. higher education and employment issues for new graduates; young professional clients; and individuals who are racially and ethnically underrepresented, differently abled, and those seeking career transitions or re-entry into the workforce. TIM GOETZ,Senior Career Development SpecialistHelping students realize their fullpotential by showing them howself-doubt can limit their success.Tim is a two-time Franklin alumnus with 13 years of experience in both business and as a student services professional at Franklin. Tim started his career in higher education in the purchasing department at Franklin and quickly moved over to academic advising. As an advisor in the Community College Alliance program, Tim developed a passion for helping students achieve their educational goals. In 2017, Tim returned to Franklin as the assistant director of the Learning Exchange, helping students obtain course credit for previous work and life experiences. Recently the Learning Exchange team was integrated into the Center for Career Development, where Tim works to help students obtain the credit they deserve while finding the right career.Clocktower | Center for Career Development 23'