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Event Details:

Date: Thursday, April 20, 2017
Time: 5:30pm - 8:00pm
Venue: EY Boston Office, 200 Clarendon Street,  23rd Floor Conference Room

Parking: 100 Clarendon St garage or metered parking in the Back Bay area 

Train Station: Across the street is Back Bay Train Station that has service for the MBTA Orange Line

Bus Stop: Copley Square  where MBTA Green Line and many of the city’s major bus routes stops

Admission: Free for Members and EY Professionals | $20 for Non-members


Please register only if you will definitely attend

“Too many people overvalue what they are not and undervalue what they are.” – Malcom Forbes. 
Join us for a Clifton StrengthsFinder session and truly value what makes you unique. 
Based on 50 years of research, Gallup created a language of the 34 most common talents and developed the Clifton StrengthsFinder assessment.  At our session, we will dive into the assessment, review your results, and determine how to intentionally use your strengths in your personal and professional lives.
All registered attendees will receive emailed instructions and an assessment code from Kellie Fuller, a Gallup Certified Strengths Coach and founder of Fuller Strengths (  Taking the Clifton StrengthsFinder assessment prior to the session is required.
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Kellie Fuller

Certified Gallup Strengths Coach

Kellie uses her strengths and seeks to unlock the power and potential in every person she coaches.  She firmly believes that the more people understand their own strengths, the more connected, effective, and empowered they will be to achieve success. Her own journey with Strengths discovery continues daily and has been a positively transformative process.  Whether you are aiming towards a specific goal, exploring new paths, or looking to improve team engagement, her goal is to create and facilitate the program for you that ensures you move forward on your goals or the goals of your organization. Kellie has a BA in Communications from SUNY Oswego and a MS in College Student Development and Counseling from Northeastern University.  She has worked in higher education for the past seventeen years.  In 2016, she launched

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