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  Sally Kubly  
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Sally Kubly, MSW, is a career coach with the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee Career Transition Center. Her professional focus is working with young adults on career development and adults in career transition. Through customized coaching, she helps individuals at various stages in their career paths: assessing interests, exploring occupations, conducting a job search, resume writing and interviewing. She is certified to interpret the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and Strong Interest Inventory assessments, both of which are helpful for clients to understand themselves and their direction better. She has taken the Career Development Facilitator (CDF) training course from the University of Wisconsin–Madison Center for Workplace Development. Sally has worked in the mental health field both as a therapist and clinic manager. Currently, she serves as the executive director of a public charity, the Charles E. Kubly Foundation, in addition to her work as a career coach.

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