Karen E. Lamb

Professional Track Faculty
Faculty

M.A., University of Maryland
M.S., Loyola University of Chicago

Professional Interests: 

Karen Lamb is a lecturer who teaches Oral Communication:  Principles & Practices in the Oral Communication Program.  She is highly experienced instructor who has taught oral communication courses at community colleges and universities throughout Illinois and Arizona. 

In addition, Ms. Lamb is a certified Global Career Development Facilitator (GCDF).  Her background in higher education includes a successful career as a career development professional and college administrator.  She is especially interested in helping students understand the connection between effective communication skills and professional career success.

Representative Publications:

Head Writer, Strategies for Success in Career Development, 2007

Women Employed, Chicago, IL

Developed and wrote, Strategies for Success in Career Development, a training manual for service providers who assist adult learners with the process of choosing a career, changing careers, or selecting an educational concentration.  Guide complements the Women Employed website, Career Coach

Access Strategies for Success in Career Development at http://www.womenemployed.org/index.php?id=143