Meeting Information
NYC Job Market Trends from a Top Rated Executive Coach
Thursday August 17, 2023
6:00pm - 7:30pm US/Eastern GMT-4:00

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Charlotte Lee, the former head of the NYC office of LHH and an experienced Executive and Career Coach  / website will be our guest speaker at a special meeting on Thursday, August 17 th starting at 6PM Eastern.

Charlotte will chat about the current job market and how to keep your network and job search alive during the summer, getting ready for September and beyond and ways to differentiate yourself in the market.  She will answer any questions you may have - market or career related. 

Join us for what will be one of the best sessions you’ll attend this year, chock full of practical advice and top tips.

Please feel free to email your questions in ahead of time or get them answered on the 17th! 

 Charlotte A. Lee

Executive Coach/Founder


Ph. 516.429.7857


Charlotte A. Lee, an Executive Coach and the Founder of Lee Work Wise, LLC. coaches executives regarding branding, career strategy and executive presence. Prior to founding her own firm in 2022, she was the Managing Consultant, SVP and ICEO Advisor in the New York office of Lee Hecht Harrison (LHH), the world’s largest outplacement firm, with 300 offices in 67 countries serving more than 600,000 clients each year. There she was responsible for leading the consultant teams in the New York and Stamford offices, as well as coaching thousands of senior executives through career transition in financial services, consumer products, legal, telecom, media and professional services.  In 2014, she was one of three recipients of the firm’s Global Coach of the Year Award for “Exceptional Consulting/Coaching Performance.” In 2015, she was awarded the firm’s Superstar award for the number one coach in the Northeast. In 2019, she was selected to join the firm’s Northeast Leadership Council. In 2020, she was selected to speak at a Global Town Hall as a career transition coach to instill confidence and inspire others.


Prior to Lee Hecht Harrison, Ms. Lee worked as a management consultant specializing in strategic planning, organizational development and marketing, and served as a career coach to senior executives.  Ms. Lee is deeply committed to walking the talk of social responsibility. She has served as the Executive Director for five not-for-profits, including Habitat for Humanity, where she was the President for eight years. She has served on the Board of Directors of TruFund, Inc. for more than 10 years and is currently the Chair of the Board.  She has been active with the National Kidney Foundation and donated one of her own kidneys several years ago. An investment banker for more than 15 years, Ms. Lee worked at Credit Lyonnais Securities in Mergers and Acquisitions, at Alex. Brown and Sons, and at Kidder, Peabody & Co.


Ms. Lee has appeared on CNBC, Bloomberg radio and NPR, and has been interviewed by the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times and Yahoo Finance.  She was a panelist for discussions of the role of social media in career development for Fordham Law School and ASCEND, the pan-Asian professional development association.  She has presented on career development and leadership topics at organizations including GE, Deloitte, ING, MUFG, RBC, AlixPartners, State Street Bank, PwC, and the University of Chicago Booth School of Business Alumni Association. Ms. Lee is the author of “Bring a Dead Mouse: The Secret to Finding Your Perfect Job,” which has garnered five stars on Amazon as well as a children’s book, “Where Are You Moon?”


Ms. Lee holds a Bachelor of Arts from New York University and is certified in Leadership Effectiveness Analysis training, Change Map, Personal Resilience and What’s Next? and is a certified literacy tutor.  She has traveled to over 30 countries and finished her bucket list last year. She lives in New York and Connecticut with her family. 



For meeting information, please contact:

Adele Hogan

(917) 402-3688
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