is the founder of Work Transitions, a national organization dedicated to helping people find satisfying and fulfilling work. Navarro started Work Transitions in 1982. The firm, which is headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri, provides a variety of services ranging from helping individuals find totally new careers, to providing job-hunting assistance, to coaching them to deal more effectively with their existing jobs.
Navarro is a commentator on career issues for National Public Radio's "Morning Edition" in St. Louis. She also writes a career column for the St. Louis Business Journal and authors articles for The Physician Executive and other professional publications.
As a career strategist, Navarro works individually with a wide range of clients -- lawyers, doctors, chief executives, teachers and business people at all levels. She guides them through a step-by-step approach tailored to help them determine what they want from work and how to get it with as few compromises as possible.
She also trains career strategists throughout the country and licenses them to apply the Work Transitions process as independent practitioners.
Prior to forming Work Transitions, Navarro was an executive at Monsanto, a vice president and partner at Fleishman-Hillard, currently the largest public relations firm I the world, and a campaign consultant in Washington, D.C. Navarro was one of the first women to graduate from Princeton University where she earned a master's degree in public affairs from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public Affairs. She received a bachelor's degree in philosophy from New College in Sarasota, Florida. Navarro is a native of Havana, Cuba.
Navarro's Bio here (PDF)
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