Marianne Senvisky is a passionate advocate for people of all abilities. She has devoted her career to helping teens and adults explore and achieve meaningful employment to fulfill their unique purpose. Prior to founding Pathfinder Career Consulting in 2018, Marianne managed community employment programs for United Disability Services and Benchmark Human Services (formerly AWS) and has a background in business development, sales and marketing, and entrepreneurship. She is a Human Resource Management Certified Professional (SHRM-CP), Certified Employment Support Professional (CESP), and a Kent State University alumna with a B.A. in Communication Studies and a Writing Minor. Marianne is an active member of the Akron Area and Cleveland SHRM chapters and serves on the Whole Latte Love Cafe Board.
Steve Kariotis joined the agency in 2019 as a Career Coach and was promoted to Senior Career Coach in 2021.
Heather Perry began as a Career Coach in 2021 and quickly advanced to her Career Navigator (Job Developer) role.
Mikayla Montgomery is the latest addition to the Pathfinder coaching team.
With a career spanning the field of Human Services, Cheryl landed her first job in residential services for people with developmental disabilities after graduating from Ashland College with a B.S. In Human Development/Family Services. Highly intuitive, perceptive and altruistic, she has flourished in a variety of roles including management, entrepreneurship, teaching, and coaching. Cheryl has always been passionate about helping others to overcome obstacles and improve their lives. She sees her role as an employment specialist as the perfect match for her skills and personality. After 12 years in this specific career, Cheryl continues to delight in providing enthusiastic and personalized support to each individual she serves. Cheryl was one of the initial recipients of the Certified Employment Support Professional (CESP) credential and has furthered her education with graduate-level courses in Autism Spectrum Disorders. She is thrilled to be reconnected with her partner Marianne, with whom she has expanded OOD services to Wayne, Ashland, and Holmes Counties.