Diane Received First Annual Industry Award 2010
New Orleans, LA — May 1, 2010. At the 2010 Career Management Alliance event, The Alliance Master Team selected Diane Hudson Burns, Career Coach & Resume Writer; Director, Certified Professional Career Coach Program, Professional Association of Resume Writers; Federal Resources Expert; expert at Workforce50.com; and principal of Career Marketing Techniques, as a distinguished recipient of the Mentor Award.
The Mentor Award honors individuals who have guided others in tradecraft, entrepreneurship, and community building.
“It takes a lot of dedication and perseverance to be called a ‘mentor’.” says Liz Sumner, Director, Career Management Alliance. “Through her dedicated teachings and contemporary wisdom, Ms. Hudson Burns has inspired her colleagues to step up their own levels of career management. She leads via her excellence.”
Ms. Hudson Burns has an especially strong record of writing career change and Federal government resumes with successful results for career transition and position placement. She has been quoted in major national newspapers’, including the Career Builder sections of The Baltimore Sun, the Los Angeles Times, and the Dayton Daily News.
Ms. Hudson Burns is an alumni of California State Polytechnic University-Pomona.
About Career Management Alliance
Founded in 1999, Career Management Alliance (formerly Career Masters Institute) is trusted as the world’s leading professional association dedicated to linking all divisions within the careers industry.
A distinctive community that values the strength of diverse knowledge, the Alliance attracts members from assorted career backgrounds, such as resume writing, career coaching, career counseling, college and university career development, government and military career transition, outplacement, recruiting, and HR.
The Alliance mission is to bridge all sectors of the industry and provide the connections, the content, and the credibility that contribute to each of our members’ success and the overall visibility and of the careers industry as a whole.