Presented by the Fleishman Center for Career and Professional Development:
Meet and hear from Binghamton alumna, Ilana Tolpin Levitt, CCC, LMHC, LPC! Ilana is a nationally recognized career counselor and licensed mental health counselor. She is known for helping and inspiring people; both individuals and in organizations address career questions and organizational and workplace problems. She empowers people to understand their true strengths and personality to make great career decisions and navigate their professional lives.
She is the author of What’s Mom Still Got To Do With It, a self-help career book focusing on how the mother daughter relationship has impacted women’s lives.
Ilana is a senior director in Human Resources at The New School and has a private practice in career counseling in both New York City and Central New Jersey.
Ilana’s mission is to understand where we come from, how family influences the decisions we make, and how to live an authentic, inspired, aligned life accordingly… taking risks and reaching our personal and professional goals.
For all information regarding family weekend check out this link: https://www.binghamton.edu/parents/events/schedule.html