Andrea Tropeano is dedicated to helping individuals identify their best academic choices, career paths, and workplace satisfaction. She opened her practice to serve people who feel challenged by important decisions and steps needed to attend the right school, make the right employment decisions, and perform at their best.

Growing up during a time when ADD was not well-known, Andrea knew there was something different about her approach to learning.  She began her journey to identify her strengths and incorporate tools for personal and professional growth and success. Today, she has helped many people to embrace obstacles and pursue pathways that allow for individual and team success.

As a seasoned Human Resources professional, she has a solid understanding of the hiring process, employers’ needs, and most importantly, the individual’s journey to identify the right job. Andrea has guided leaders and employees towards positive working relationships and top performance.  She has worked closely with individuals on goal setting, performance reviews, 360 feedback, and succession planning.

Andrea possesses expertise in recruiting all levels of positions within corporate and search firm environments. Experience in the following industries includes Consumer Goods, Healthcare, Hospitality, Health Insurance, Manufacturing, Pharmaceutical, and Retail.  Throughout her career, she’s managed candidate/job searches across diverse functional areas such as Finance, Human Resources, Marketing, Medical, Operations, and Sales.

Education:

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology & Sociology,
University of Connecticut

Master of Arts in Industrial-Organizational Psychology, University of New Haven

Credentials:

Highlands Ability Battery, The Highlands Company

EQ-i 2.0 & 360, MHS, Inc

Personal Vision Coaching, The Highlands Company

Executive Functioning CoachPeg Dawson, EdD & Richard Guare PhD

Professional Memberships:

National Career Development Association
Pennsylvania Career Development Association

“The common eye sees only the outside of things, and judges by that, but the seeing eye pierces through and reads the heart and the soul, finding there capacities which the outside didn’t indicate or promise, and which the other kind of eye couldn’t detect.”

Mark Twain, Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc