Meg Duffy, Career Coach for Women in Tech

Career moves can be scary, but you don’t have to make them alone.

Hi, I’m Meg! I’m a career coach who helps people working in the digital world build careers they love. My clients are developers, designers, content creators, product managers, and user researchers who work at the intersection of tech and everything: art, finance, sports, media and more.

Feeling frustrated, stuck, or disappointed in your job? Want to make a career change but don’t know where to start? I feel you.

Let’s make a move together.

What’s new?

My new book, Find Your Way Forward, is available now! This step-by-step workbook is designed to break down big career questions into more manageable pieces, infuse the introspection process with curiosity, and help you externalize your thoughts so you can discover patterns and insights.

Here’s what other people are saying about the book.

“Brimming with insights, exercises, and strategies, Find Your Way Forward is a vital resource for planning your next career move.”

– Allison Esposito Medina, founder + CEO of  Tech Ladies

Find Your Way Forward should be required reading for anyone looking to making a fulfilling career change. A book I wish I could build a time machine to give to myself 5 years ago. ”

-Chloe Condon, Developer Advocate at Microsoft

“What Meg Duffy has made with Find Your Way Forward isn’t just a guide that you read — it’s a tool that you use to tackle some of the toughest questions in your career. It takes an impossibly broad challenge and breaks it down into manageable pieces.” 

-Anil Dash, CEO + Board Member of Glitch

Can’t wait for it to arrive? You can also download a copy and print it at home or use a journal to complete the exercises. Find out more here.

Gaby Mino, fullstack software engineer

I was unsure of where to begin in the job search process. Meeting with Meg helped me identify exactly what I was looking for in my next role and took away all the anxiety of job searching. Meg listened, followed up, and encouraged me every step of the way. I am so glad that I stumbled upon her site a few months back. I don’t think I would have found my current role without her help.

Maria Gabriela Mino, Fullstack Engineer at Balto Software

What's it like to work with a career coach? Ask Blanca Sanchez, Software Engineer at Pinterest.

Meg always reminded me that I wasn’t alone and that I had someone to talk to. In our sessions, Meg listened and helped me organize my thoughts. Her assistance empowered me to take back control of my time and myself. She always communicates with transparency and helped me conquer the fears that held me back.

Blanca Sanchez, Apple Technical Specialist turned Software Engineer at Pinterest