I've Been Selected As Expert Panelist for Popular Gen Y Career Blog

June 10th, 2009

Hi All!

I have some cool news to share. I’ve been selected as an expert panelist for’s “Ask The Expert” blog. I, along with other knowledgeable panelists, will answer job, career and workforce questions posted by Gen Y (college students, recent grads, and those already working in their career). And, we’ll also answer questions for employers who have questions about Gen Y.

Being selected as an expert panelist is a pretty big deal because is THE leading job board for Gen Y. Their reach is HUGE and their company is highly respected by well-known employers and universities across the country.

Click here to read the press release about me being added to the panel!

The “Ask The Expert” blog is just one support service that offers to people who register with their website.

Here’s more info about them:

Founded in 1996 by Steven Rothberg, has become the leading job board for college students hunting for internships and recent graduates looking for entry level jobs and other career opportunities. features hundreds of thousands of job openings and tens of thousands of pages of employment-related blogs, articles, podcasts, and videos. This website has also been featured by countless major media, including: CNN, BusinessWeek, ABC, Fortune, USA Today, and The Wall Street Journal. And, for 2 years in a row, received the prestigious Weddle’s User’s Choice Awards for best job boards, and was rated a “best” site by CareerXroads. 

So be sure to come visit their busy blog and submit a question! Our team of experts are there to help 🙂

Bye for now!


2 Responses to “I've Been Selected As Expert Panelist for Popular Gen Y Career Blog”

  1. Candice says:

    Lisa, this is so cool! Thank you for your support and your contributions.

  2. Lisa — It is such a pleasure working with you. Your words of wisdom are so appreciated by the Millennials that both of our organizations serve, by Candice and the rest of the staff of, and by me personally.

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