Llama Lunch: What’s Next?

Leveraging Your Strengths to Create a Career You Love with Jennifer Manning

May 27th, 2:30pm-3:30pm ET

If you’re wondering what’s next in your career, llama tell you, you’re not alone. We’re hosting a series of Llama Lunches called “What’s Next?” to give anyone looking for career guidance free, direct access to world-class executive coaching, financial planning resources, and all sorts of hope and camaraderie with others who are experiencing the same thing. We’ll learn how to take the next right steps—together.

Join us on May 27th for “Leveraging Your Strengths to Create a Career You Love”, led by Executive and Leadership Expert, Jennifer Manning.

As someone who’s been laid off three times, Jennifer Manning knows the fear that comes with not knowing what’s next. Through these experiences, she has learned the value of creating next steps rather than falling victim to circumstances. In this session, she will share how you can leverage your strengths to go after what you truly want and create a career you love.

Consider this your invitation to our virtual table!


Jennifer Manning is an Executive and Leadership coach, who works with individuals and teams to take them to the next level.

She attended Pepperdine University and has her bachelors degree in Communications and Youth and Human Services.  She spent 20 years working within high profile companies such as, Starbucks, Ann Taylor, PetSmart and FedEx Office where she specialized in human resources working side by side with operations to coach them through situations and work to develop exceptional teams.

Besides hours of on the job training as a coach, Jennifer has been professionally trained in the art of coaching.  She is certified as a PCC (Professionally Certified Coach) through the International Coaching Federation and received her training from the Institute of Professional Excellence in Coaching.  She is currently a Candidate for Certification in the Daring Way by Brene Brown.

Jennifer is married with two small boys, Oliver (4) and Asher (2).