Helen Anderson works part-time coaching both 1st and 2nd year students primarily
interested in the private sector.
In addition to coaching students, Helen also serves as a faculty and
student club liaison and performs employer outreach with a focus on the
- Banking and Financial Services
- Corporate Social Responsibility and Foundations
- Health and Nutrition
- Journalism/Media/Public Relations
Helen has been actively involved in supporting the Fletcher students
in their career management since she joined the school in 1992 as the
Director of Internship Programs. Before coming to Fletcher, Helen
worked at a healthcare consulting firm in the Boston area. Previously,
she worked for eight years at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center in
New York City, most recently as the Administrator for Medical Affairs.
Helen is currently the Vice-Chairman of the board of Faulkner Hospital.
She also serves on the Board of Directors of Tufts Associated Health
Maintenance Organization and is a corporator at the Dedham Institution
for Savings in Dedham, Massachusetts.
Helen received a B.A. from Cornell University and an MBA in health administration from Columbia University.
Aileen Axtmayer supports students targeting careers in the public sector as well as careers in energy, environment, trade, and think tanks. Aileen has focused on career counseling since 2006 and has gained a breadth of experience through working at institutions including Northeastern University, Berklee College of Music, and Wheelock College. In these roles she has coached individuals of all ages and backgrounds in both one-on-one and large group settings.
Aileen holds her MS in College Student Development and Counseling from Northeastern University and her BA in Psychology from Villanova University with a Spanish minor. She is passionate about traveling and has studied abroad in Spain, backpacked through Western Europe, and visited over 24 states and 12 countries.
Associate Director of Employer Relations
As Associate Director of Employer Relations, My is responsible for identifying, contacting
and marketing Fletcher to recruiters and other hiring managers in the
private, public and non-profit sectors to cultivate internships and
full-time career opportunities for Fletcher students. She also manages
on-going relationships with existing employers which includes organizing
and hosting clients for on-campus activities and facilitates
communication between employers and students. She also provides assistance to students with the office's online resources.
She is a MA candidate at Tufts University and received a BA in Studies of World Literature and Asian Studies with a
concentration in International Relations from the College of the Holy
Cross, where she spent a semester abroad in Beijing, China.
Genny Dunne is a full-time Associate Director and coach to 1st and 2nd year students and alumni who are interested in pursuing careers with international organizations and with non-profit entities.
Genny has extensive experience in the field of career development. Before relocating to Massachusetts from the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania area, she coached and counseled master’s and doctoral students, developed, organized and presented career programs, facilitated communications with employers and established relationships with student groups from a variety of graduate disciplines at Bryn Mawr College. For several years prior to her service at Bryn Mawr, Genny advised students in the pre-law and pre-medicine areas at the University of Pennsylvania and was the primary career counselor/coach for three of Penn’s graduate schools.
Genny serves as a member of the Corporation of Haverford College and is a member of the Corporation’s Advisory Committee. She has also served as a member of the School Committee (Board) for Friends School Haverford. Genny received a B.A. from American University and a M.S.S. from Bryn Mawr College.
As Director of the Office of Career Services, Phillip oversees the
general management and strategic direction of the career office,
ensuring the OCS delivers consistently high quality programs and
services to the many different constituents supported by the office:
students, employers, alumni, faculty and the greater Fletcher community.
Phillip also directs new and existing employer relationship
management/development as well as leading workshops for students focused
on the "networked" job search.
Immediately prior to joining Fletcher, Phillip spent six years as the
Associate Director of the MIT Sloan School of Management Career
Development Office. Prior to joining the Sloan School, Phillip worked
for fourteen years in private industry in senior management roles in
sales, marketing and operations for several multinational, high-tech
companies. Much of his work experience has been overseas in Europe,
Asia, and Latin America including six years living abroad in those regions.
Phillip holds a Master of International Management from the American
Graduate School of International Management (Thunderbird), and a BA in
English and German from Colorado State University. He has studied abroad
both in Japan and Germany and traveled to over 40 different countries.
As Staff Assistant, Katie is the first person students meet when they walk into OCS. She assists the staff with the coordination of OCS events and programs, oversees the OCS library resources and is generally knowledgeable in answering student inquiries about the office's many services.
Katie can also assist students and alumni in discerning which of the OCS staff coaches they should meet with based on their fields of interest, as well as provide assistance with Fletcher Career Central or the Intranet.
Katie received a BA in Psychology and Art History from the College of the Holy Cross.
Christie Reynolds is an Associate Director and coaches 1st and 2nd year students as well as alumni targeting private sector careers. In addition to counseling students, she manages the career education programming for the Office, including the Professional Development Program (PDP). Prior to joining Fletcher, Christie counseled students at Boston University School of Management, MIT and Suffolk University regarding their career development needs. In those roles, she taught a career development course, advised graduate and undergraduate students as well as PhD candidates, developed career programming and presented extensively.
Prior to working in the field of career counseling, Christie attended law school and worked as a law clerk at the US Department of Justice in DC. Following law school, Christie facilitated Business and Client Development for several different law firms in Washington DC, New York and Connecticut. Christie has an MA in Higher Education Administration from Suffolk University, a JD from American University and a BA in Communications from Boston College. On the top of her list of places she would like to visit in the near future are Israel, Cuba, Spain and the UAE.