Mentoring Leader Elizabeth Stueck Joins CareerCentral To Design Custom Coaching and Corporate Solutions

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Brings 20 years of educational program design experience to role as Vice President

The professional development consulting firm CareerCentral has hired Elizabeth Stueck as Vice President to develop results-oriented customized coaching and organizational development solutions for its clients.

With 20 years of experience in educational program design, Stueck served most recently as Executive Vice President, Medical Education for Medical Education Trust and as Associate Director of the American Society of Pain Educators in Montclair, N.J. As a volunteer, she is Director-at-Large, Mentoring for the 1,750-member Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association Metro Chapter, where she launched a highly acclaimed group mentoring program.

“Liz Stueck is a mentoring expert and medical education leader with a proven ability to inspire top performers, build new leaders and align teams with organizational goals,” says Julie Kampf, founder and president of CareerCentral. “Her appointment is the next step in making CareerCentral a preferred partner for people and companies who choose world-class mentoring and talent management services.”

Stueck previously led continuing medical education (CME) units at top medical education and publishing companies. She spearheaded thought leader identification and recruitment, led cross-functional teams, served as Chief Compliance Officer and trainer, and functioned as primary liaison to external education partners for organizations such as Dowden Health Media and Advanstar Communications/Medical Economics Company in Montvale, N.J.; and Health Learning Systems in Parsippany, N.J.

Stueck has served as a four-time Mentor for the Alliance for Continuing Medical Education and, in 2009, was named a Distinguished Member of that organization; she received the 2008 Honored Volunteer Award from the HBA Metro Chapter, for which she serves on the Board. She also has spoken at talent management and state government conferences on the value of mentoring and the importance of fielding well-constructed mentoring initiatives. Stueck is a magna cum laude graduate of Elizabethtown College in Elizabethtown, Pa. with a bachelor’s degree in religion and philosophy, and she completed the Healthcare Marketing Communications Council’s Management Development Conference at the Amos Tuck School of Business Administration at Dartmouth College.

About CareerCentral
CareerCentral delivers customized coaching from knowledgeable, experienced faculty members to help individuals and corporations develop talent to its maximum potential. The firm belongs to a full-service talent management team of companies that also includes the executive talent solutions firm JBK Associates, Inc. and the staffing firm SummitSearchUS. To learn more, visit


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