The Career Key Team
Chairman & Founder
Dr. Lawrence K. Jones, NCC, is chairman of Career Key and author of the Career Key test. A Professor Emeritus in the College of Education at North Carolina State Univeritys, Dr. Jones specializes in the areas of school counseling and career counseling and development. He received his Master's degree from the University of Pennsylvania, and earned his Ph.D. in counseling psychology at the University of Missouri.
Jones received the annual Professional Development award of the American Counseling Association, and he is a National Certified Counselor.
President and CEO
In 2006, Juliet Wehr Jones joined Career Key as Vice President after 10 years helping people understand and resolve workplace problems as a labor and employment lawyer. Raised in a family of educators, she is a certified Global Career Development Facilitator and co-author of Career Key eBooks on choosing careers and college majors. She loves psychology and technology, figuring out how to combine them on the road to achieving Career Key's vision: career well-being for all.
She graduated from Princeton University and the Seattle University School of Law.
Director of Product and Partnership Strategy
Sara J. Hebert is Director of Product and Partnership Strategy at Career Key. With her expertise and guidance, Career Key embraces an agile and flexible approach to developing its intellectual property and partnerships. Sara draws on past experience advising startups and Fortune 100 corporations, managing enterprise relationships at Amazon, and creating a new government technology strategy after 9-11 to help Career Key drive forward its commitments to science, user experience, and modern technology.
Sara is a graduate of Mount Saint Mary's University and earned her M.B.A from Yale School of Management.
Chief Technology Officer
For over 20 years, Douglas Coutts has helped organizations to achieve breakthrough results and deploy innovative business models enabled by information technology and the Internet. His plays a dual role of defining information technology strategy and building effective technology delivery teams. When not building software, Doug spends as much time as possible photographing creatures underwater or hiking in the mountains.
Douglas is a graduate of Carleton University and earned his Bachelor of Industrial Design from the Faculty of Engineering.