Carroll Welch is a career coach and counselor who works in private practice with clients in all industries on issues involving career and leadership development, transition and reentry. As a past director of a program for reentry professionals, Carroll has extensive experience coaching individuals in communicating about their strengths and anticipating and planning for obstacles in their job searches. Before beginning her coaching and counseling practice, Carroll was a practicing employment law attorney at two major law firms and provided legal counsel to management on a variety of employment law issues. She also served as an alumni counselor in the career services offices of two New York City area universities.
Carroll received a certificate in Executive and Organizational Coaching from New York University. She is a member of the International Coach Federation and holds their Associate Certified Coach credential. Carroll is also credentialed as a coach through the Five O’Clock Club’s job search methodology platform. She received her BA from Johns Hopkins University and her JD from the University of Virginia School of Law. She serves as a mentor and member of the board of directors of Campus Bound Scholars, a nonprofit that supports first-generation college-bound students.