My name is Dave Booram. I am a Career Counselor and Coach as well as the founder of Direction 4 Life Work. From the beginning my vision was to create individualized experiences for my clients through a relational process that empowers them to discover a well-suited career.
My professional history of working with students on college campuses, as well as serving in positions of human resource management and senior leadership in a number of large, complex organizations provides me with a wide array of perspectives from which I draw.
Also, my personal experience as a father of four young adults along with twenty-five years of counseling students and adults in their personal, professional and spiritual lives has developed in me a unique sensitivity and insight into the diverse capacities of each individual I counsel.
I am a graduate of both Indiana University and Trinity Seminary where I hold a BA in Business Administration and a Masters of Divinity. I am a licensed administrator of proven standardized assessments such as the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, the Strong Interest Inventory and the Wagner Enneagram Personality Style Scales.
This is Britt Booram. Britt's expertise is career coaching, recruiting, and relocation acclimation services with the bulk of her experience in healthcare, higher ed, and nonprofits. Britt is a co-founder of the Indiana Dual Career Network and has presented on trends in executive recruiting and dual career services at the Association of American Medical Colleges and the College and University Professional Association. She holds certifications in Human Resources (SHRM) and the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (CPP). Britt is passionate about supporting the growth and development of individual and organizational clients, especially related to the advancement of minorities/women in leadership and matching individuals with careers that make a greater impact on society at large. What gets Britt up in the morning is two fold. First and foremost, it is being a mom. Second, it is a belief in social responsibility and that we all have an obligation to act in the benefit of society at large.