Ms. Debra Ann Matthews recognized the need to assist people with delivering positive career related attributes a few years ago as she began teaching English, Public Speaking, Technical Report Writing and Business Communication Classes at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University at Fort Campbell, KY Military Installation in 2006. Her previous experiences teaching low income parents career skills in President Clinton’s AmeriCorps Program in 1994 (Knoxville, TN) began her journey in the area of sharing information about what’s possible for entry-level job seekers. Ms. Matthews’ additional experiences include working with an international singing group called Up With People. She developed her love for sharing knowledge about how anyone can dream and obtain their career of choice to young people as the Occupational Employment Program Specialist with the Memphis Job Corps Center. Traveling to London and working with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in the Marketing Department as a part of her master’s level training at Austin Peay State University, she began to put the pieces of the career puzzle together as she witnessed how Europeans are educated and trained for their professions. Since that time, she has continued her work with Job Corps in Middle Tennessee assisting youth ages 16 to 24 who graduate and those who do not complete their training with career services. She’s most excited about extending her passion for helping motivated job seekers showcase their skills, potential and demonstrated success to the nation’s top organizations who eagerly await their presence! As the Best Master Degree Resume Writer This Side of the Mississippi, Ms. Matthews recently obtained her Certification as a Job and Career Development/Transition Coach and offers her clients Resume Services, Job Search, Resume Distribution Services and Career Coaching. She also serves as a public speaker on various topics of interests to business networking groups, high school organizations, non-profits, churches and other interested person. As she likes to say, “Can’t Say It? Let Me Write It For You!