Former Opera Singer Finds Her Passion as a Career Coach and Shares with Women How to Recharge, Reignite, and Reinvent Their Careers

“In this tumultuous economy, many women have been forced to reinvent themselves due to downsizing and workforce cutbacks. Others have realized that their careers did not honor their values and they were on a live-to-work carousel and could not get off.” So says Caroline Dowd-Higgins, a former opera singer who traded in her performing career for far more fulfilling and emotionally rewarding work that plays to her many strengths. Today, she is the Director of Professional Enrichment for the Indiana University Alumni Association where she leads an expanded alumni career enhancement and leadership development program that has captured the attention of executive coaching guru, Marshall Goldsmith, and Spencer Stewart, CEO, Jim Citrin. She also maintains an active private practice coaching individuals and corporate clients, and she speaks nationally on professional development topics specializing in the empowerment of women in the workforce. [Click title for full release]