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  Kathy Bornheimer  
K.B. & Associates
Milwaukee, WI
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Kathy Bornheimer has more than 20 years of experience in recruitment and career coaching. She spent several years recruiting in engineering before migrating to IT professionals. As a recruiter, Kathy was repeatedly involved in the hiring process with the employer and the candidate. She could be that proverbial “fly on the wall” and was privy to both sides of the issue. She witnessed the successes and failures (again from both sides) in the process.

As the director of Career Services at a private college in Milwaukee, Kathy was a leader in connecting employers and students/graduates/alumni for employment. She also managed the internship program.

Kathy now puts all of her efforts into her business, K.B. & Associates (, and continues to address employment issues affecting today’s workforce and the workforce of the future. Kathy is also the author of “The Street Smart Approach to Job Search” (Dorrance Publishing, 2004) and is the co-author of “Work Makes Me Sick (Prescribe Something Quick)!” (2006). She is nationally syndicated with InfoSoft Group; parent company of (

Kathy is most effective for people who can become street smart and proactively manage their careers. A higher tolerance for risk and ability to apply effective networking skills are a must.

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