Sample Resume Summary Statement (s)

sample resume summary statement


X-plus years in business-development career includes:
· Selling online solutions for X-plus years in start-ups to selling offline offerings in conglomerates
· Turning weak ties to long-term ties with Fortune 500 firms (ex: MSFT relationship exceeding 10 years)
· Forging win-win partnerships (ex: Company X deal that influenced Company Y buyout by Company Z)
· Devising new revenue models and streams when traditional models were no longer selling or sustainable
· Selling cross-disciplinary solutions (ex: digital ads, analyst research, sponsorships, and database marketing)


X-plus year career as a programmer and technical architect includes:
• Working on Java-based three-tier systems as an independent software engineer for X-plus years
• Earning “inventor” status on seven patents while working for Company A
• Going from idea through operations and then on-going improvement while adjusting to business needs
• Gaining recognition for the ability to lead IT teams from employers and managing up to X employees
• Collaborating with cross-functional partners to ensure a user-friendly interface across sectors

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Melissa Llarena

Melissa helps movers and shakers up to those in the corner office rediscover what makes them unique so that they can land their dream job in a forward-thinking company where their ideas are listened to, valued, and supported.

She brings insights from having worked in 16-business units (including Human Resources) in NY, Paris, and London. Additionally, in her former corporate career, she worked on billion-dollar brands for P&G and on IBM for Ogilvy & Mather. Later, as the founder and CEO of Career Outcomes Matter, Melissa created a 3-step “sellable strengths” process which has been the centerpiece of her clients' results.

Melissa applies this method consistently to support mid-level professionals up to the c-suite to get into Fortune Global 500 organizations and agencies. She studied Psychology at NYU and earned her MBA from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth.

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