I’m Anne Hubben, a former recruiter for Creatives and UXers and now focusing on Career Coaching. I work with people who don’t know what they want to do, or for those who do know, but have no idea how to get there.

If you’ve landed here looking for a recruiter, I can refer you to Jeremy and Patti Spink, who together recruit in many different disciplines so check them out and say hello.

But if you’re not quite sure what you need then stick around and let’s get to know each other.

I’ve spent most of my career working with creative people in the design and advertising space with a focus on digital. I love working with creative people, I understand how most of you think, the challenges you face and the goals you’re reaching for.

I’ve coached hundreds of people for the past 9 years and I know that when you’re not sure of what’s next it can be a very uncomfortable place to be. My job as a coach is to help you sort through your options, stay focused on your goals, ask questions that help you go deep enough to make some meaningful discoveries and give you the space to think out loud and be accountable so that you’re doing something to move forward, rather than lying awake at night worrying.

What makes me different? To start I’ve got a lot of experience. I recruited in New York City for longer than I care to admit (20 years) and I’ve coached a range of people from those just starting out in their careers to those that have been working for quite a while and are facing a new set of challenges. I’ve also been through a lot of changes in my own career so although I have natural empathy, I have gained more of it through my own experience.

I have been a recruiter both in-house at agencies and working for a couple different creative headhunters and on my own for close to 10 years, so I know what people are looking for in a portfolio and how to prep for an interview. I understand the sometimes subtle nuances of when to follow up after an interview and when it’s time to let it go.

To learn more, click here and we can set up time to talk.


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