Coming Back to Work On Your Terms

Business woman handshaking with a client - outdoors

Online Group Coaching Program for Tuck Alumnae Women Returning to the Workforce

Are you looking to re-enter the workplace, but still hesitating to take the first step?

Worried you may have lost your edge? Do you feel called to make an impact beyond the daily grind of a job that simply pays the bills?

Make your workforce re-entry as meaningful as the reason you chose to step away.

When you’ve been out of the workplace for a number of years, returning to the workforce can feel like a taking a giant leap. This program is uniquely designed to help you get back in the game on your terms, and find a job that satisfies your need for purpose and meaning at the career level. Over the course of four months, you will receive support to develop a clear vision of your ideal work, identify your core strengths, negotiate competing commitments, build confidence and own your personal value, while simultaneously completing the concrete job-search tasks that put your closer to your goal.

Who is it for?

This program is ideal for the Dartmouth/Tuck graduate woman who is ready to re-enter the workforce and has some intuition about her ideal type of work, yet still has some internal or external hurdles to clear in order to take the next step.

Program Outcomes:

  • Begin the job search and application process on the right foot
  • Gain clarity on how work will fit in with your existing personal commitments
  • Build confidence in your existing skills and strengths
  • Learn to leverage your existing network
  • Improve your communication and negotiation skills
  • Experience greater fulfillment in the professional domain starting today
  • And ultimately… land the ideal job for you!


  • 5 virtual group coaching sessions from January 22-April 19, 2018
  • Curated reading list, professional assessments and pragmatic exercises
  • Individual coaching session and structured peer accountability support
  • Unlimited access to Tuck Career Office

Dates:  All sessions are 12:30-2pm EST

  • Monday, January 22
  • Tuesday, February13
  • Monday, March 5
  • Tuesday, March 27
  • Monday, April 23

To learn more, please join us for a free webinar: Monday, December 11, 12:00-1:00pm



Kerry Secrest is a leadership coach for individuals and organizations, focusing on executive coaching, women’s leadership, team development, and leadership training. Kerry is committed to supporting women leaders. She founded the innovative Women’s Leadership Circles of Vermont program, a six-month, intensive leadership program for established women leaders offered in partnership through Marlboro College Center for New Leadership. She is co-author of a chapter on women’s leadership in the book   Leading and Managing in the Social Sector. In 2014, she was appointed by the Governor to the Vermont Commission on Women. Additionally, she facilitates national corporate courses for women in leadership, provides individual coaching for professional women, leads an annual women’s retreat, and personally experiences the power of being more than 14 years in her own women’s circle.

LeeAnn Mallorie helps leaders and organizations bring their big visions forward by truly walking their talk. She has over twelve years of experience executive coach, speaker, and dynamic meeting facilitator. LeeAnn is passionate about helping innovators – especially women – level up their leadership and steward initiatives that serve the greater good. Her women’s program “Be the Change” bridges the gap between leadership and resilience, placing an emphasis on deep listening as the doorway to greater impact. As the founder and CEO of Leading in Motion, LeeAnn now works with a wide range of companies from non-profits and NGOs to innovative start-ups and large, publicly traded organizations. She has supported leaders at organizations like Mattel, M&T Bank, Nasa, Capital One, Zymergen, InstaMed, Navair, and the Clark Foundation.

Investment: $3500. Bonus resources and custom resume support for early enrollment (December 22)

Application process opens December 12th.

Or just reach out: Kerry Secrest, (802) 490-0445,

                              LeeAnn Mallorie, (415) 342-6003

water-shed (watr'shed') Noun: a critical point that marks a division or change of course; a turning point — © 2014 WatershedCoaching. All rights reserved.