Our Leadership Team
Dana Manciagli has been a corporate executive for more than 30 years and has leveraged her employee hiring and management experience into author, blogger, keynote speaker, career coach, and global career expert. She is the founder of Job Search Master Class® and author of Cut the Crap™, Get a Job! A New Job Search Process for a New Era.
Named a top “Women of Influence” in Seattle, Dana lives and works in the Puget Sound, where she serves on the Worldwide Board of Junior Achievement. She is also a breast cancer conqueror and received her MBA at the Thunderbird School of Global Management in Arizona.
Chad Manciagli has been a corporate sales and business development professional for more than 5 years. He has worked for world-class companies such as ADP, Citrix, and Infusionsoft, always focused on exceeding customer expectations.
Chad is a job search skills pro, constantly focused on bringing clear, effective, and innovative learning techniques to the forefront to help our Job Search Master Class® participants exceed their goals.
Chad received his Bachelor of Science in Business from the University of Arizona, Tucson, and currently lives in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Award Winning Career Advice
"As U.S. Military transitioning service member, the instruction I received from Job Search Master Class® for Veterans boosted my confidence in interviewing and in presenting myself clearly to my current employer, which resulted in a substantial raise and moving up a career band."
"The I was prepared for battle on two key fronts: my résumé and my job interviews. I was one of the first candidates from my class to have a job interview and the first candidate to receive and accept a job offer. When the first job offer came in, my wife and I saw that our quality of life would be the same even with a career change to a new field."
My confidence when it comes to interviewing, or even professional engagements, is at an all-time high. I learned two skills that helped me tremendously: how to drive to interview and how to make the interview a conversation.