Meet Our Consultants
Resume Deli was founded in 2002 with a clear mission: to provide our clients with resumes and cover letters—and now LinkedIn profiles—that get them job interviews. To deliver on that promise, we have assembled the industry’s most qualified team of career consultants—composed exclusively of professional career counselors, published authors and industry specialists.
No other service can match Resume Deli’s credentials—and that’s no baloney.
Blythe Grossberg, formerly a career counselor at Rutgers University, has worked as a business consultant and corporate trainer in several for- and not-for-profit environments. Since receiving her PsyD in organizational psychology from Rutgers, Blythe has worked as an education consultant; launched her own tutoring company, employing over 30 independent contractors; and has written several books on navigating school and the workplace, including Making ADD Work, about how to manage symptoms of ADHD at work. Blythe formerly worked on the editorial staffs of Scribner, the New Yorker and Frommer’s. She graduated from Harvard with a B.A. in history and literature.
Tim Haft is the author of Trashproof Resumes (Random House) and Job Notes: Resumes (Random House). Tim served as a career counselor at New York University for seven years, where he designed and delivered workshops on resume writing, job search, career decision-making and interviewing. He also has substantial experience in book publishing and new media. Tim holds an MA in sociology from New York University and a BA in history from the University of Virginia.
Angie Temming has more than 15 years of experience coaching candidates, developing career-related resources and presenting seminars on resume and cover letter writing, interviewing and salary negotiation. After advising MBA’s for five years and teaching a career management course at St. John’s University, Angie moved into her current role at Management Leadership for Tomorrow, a non-profit dedicated to positioning minorities for competitive business careers and MBA programs. Angie also worked in New York University’s Office of Career Services and for a Chicago-based investor relations firm. She has lived, worked and traveled extensively abroad and has been teaching fitness for more than a decade! Angie earned a BA in political science from Miami University and an MA in Higher Education from New York University.
Joseph Terach is a nationally recognized expert on resume development with more than 15 years of experience as a career consultant. He has designed and delivered a range of highly interactive seminars on resume and cover letter writing, LinkedIn profile development, interviewing, networking, salary negotiation and job search strategy at Credit Suisse, The Hired Guns, The Zicklin School of Business and a range of other corporations, universities, associations and talent agencies. His unique seminar titles include “LeBron James’s Resume,” “Mock Job Fair” and “Professional Pitch Contest” (it’s like American Idol). Joseph’s advice on resume development has been featured on prominent career sites, including Monster, Career Builder, AOL Jobs and Flex Jobs; his media credits include The New York Times, U.S. News & World Report (On Careers), CBS This Morning, ABC Eyewitness News, New York Newsday and Blog Talk Radio. Joseph is co-author of “Crane’s Guide to Writing an Effective Resume” (Crane & Company, Inc.). He holds an MA in counseling and a BA in psychology and English, both from New York University.
Michelle Tullier has worked in career services for nearly 25 years. Author of nine published books, including the Unofficial Guide to Landing a Job, and ghostwriter/editor for two books on social networking and job search, Michelle was Monster.com’s first online career coach and writer, and the recipient of a U.S. State Department award to help establish career centers at 20 universities in the Kingdom of Jordan. Michelle’s expertise includes 13 years as a consultant with a leading global outplacement and career management firm where she worked largely with executives (including C-level) seeking new work and/or career growth. Michelle is currently executive director of career services for a top-ten public university where she oversees programming for more than 20,000 students and manages relationships with hundreds of Fortune 50 to 500 employers, non-profits and start-ups. Michelle holds a BA in psychology from Wellesley College and an MA and PhD in counseling psychology from UCLA with concentrations in career counseling and organizational behavior.
Alex Twersky has been helping clients enhance the way they present themselves through resumes, cover letters and interviews for over 16 years, as co-founder of Resume Deli and the leader of a top media organization’s resume team. Alex brings a diverse background to his experience writing resumes and coaching clients on career strategy, from film producing to marketing consulting. As a partner at Kinetic Arts, a New York-based independent film and commercial production company, Alex produced numerous award-winning shorts and features. Alex has also worked as a consultant on international marketing, business development, content development and digital strategy. Alex began his career at Scholastic, where he marketed digital content based on best-selling properties, such as Harry Potter; cut co-marketing and licensing deals with major media and technology companies; developed an international licensing and distribution business for Scholastic’s branded digital content; and produced localized versions of Scholastic content in numerous foreign languages. After leaving Scholastic, Alex worked as an independent content and digital strategy consultant for various Fortune 500 clients, as well as advising start-ups on launch and market development strategies in the United States and abroad. Alex is a published author, including projects ranging from interactive content for Random House to journalistic pieces. He is also the co-author of Crane’s Guide to Writing a Resume. Alex received his B.S. in Marketing and International Business from NYU’s Stern School of Business.