Kathryn Scahill

VP of Product Development, WHEN® Discipline Architect, & Co-Trainer

Kathryn is a career counselor, trainer and higher education professional with over 16 years of experience in the field. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, a Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology, and is a National Certified Counselor (NCC). Most recently, she worked with adult learners via distance, providing career coaching leveraging her Distance Credentialed Counselor (DCC) certification. Within this career-counseling sector, she was professionally trained in best industry distance standards and practices (online, telephonic, etc.) She was fortunate to service clients directly, while also engaging in further product development and distance credentialed training programs with esteemed colleagues in the field. She has effectively trained, managed and supervised career coaches, working via distance all across the country.

Her other work experience includes helping individuals of all levels and ages explore career options based on their values, personality and passions. She has worked extensively in university career centers with job seekers, career changers and employer recruiters. She has taught a career exploration course, and is certified to administer the Myers-Briggs Type Inventory and Strong Interest Inventory. In addition, she has a keen interest and passion for health and fitness that directly relates to the wellness industry, and is certified to teach kettlebell sport, Pilates and TRX. She actively competes in kettlebell sport, and believes it is never too late to engage in new hobbies and interests. She lives in Webster, NY on Lake Ontario and also enjoys sailing, paddle boarding, pets and gardening.

What does Find Your WHEN® mean to you?

“To me, this means really knowing what I want and striving for it. Not settling for the easy, boring and safe choice. Being a little terrified is a good thing, it means I am growing and learning. It means ignoring negativity from others and focusing on following my own path. At times, it means having faith in the process that when I put in effort, I will achieve my goals, even when the path is not what I envisioned.”