In this How I Got My Job interview (mp3, 36:09, 33.3 MB), we flash back 10 years as Ellen Belk shares how, in the days before Sirius and XM Radio, she got a job as an Internet Radio Talk Show Host, an opportunity that found her. How “findable” are you?
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Ellen’s career journey began as a broadcast journalist. As a News Talk-Radio producer, reporter and on-air talent she began in Milwaukee with a stop in Charlotte before landing in New York.
Her highly developed inter-personal skills guided her as she successfuly went through a significant career shift in 2001, entering the field of health care.
By 2005, Ellen had emerged as a recognized program and business development professional in the senior-living industry. Specializing in Alzheimer’s & Dementia care, her talents for creating and coordinating programs combined with staff education and mentoring has been an asset to every employer she’s worked for.
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