Do you desire to work internationally but aren’t sure where to start?
We at Scatter Coaching understand the opportunities and challenges inherent in the search for international employment, and have designed a cohort learning experience to address these needs. Our experienced coaches will guide you through launching an internationally-tailored personal brand, assessing and honing your interview skills, and equipping you with a personalized employment search strategy. Scatter Coaching partners with diverse organizations around the world, creating a powerful network to help our equally diverse customers reach their unique professional goals.
We look forward to connecting with you.
Hannah Harville – [Team Leader]
Hannah graduated from Bethel University with a BA in History and International Relations. Her studies were focused in Middle Eastern culture, religion, and politics. In 2017, she spent a semester living and studying in Amman, Jordan. She also traveled and studied in countries throughout the Middle East and North Africa.
While completing her undergraduate degree, Hannah worked in Bethel University’s Advancement and Development Office, working with donor giving and establishing organizational and database procedures. She also gained valuable experience working in Bethel Seminary and Converge Worldwide’s Midwest Chapter’s Archives, inventorying, logging, and organizing historical data and artifacts for the institution. Since graduating, Hannah has returned to the Middle East to work on a conference that advocated for survivors of sex trafficking in Tel Aviv.
Hannah is passionate about intercultural dialogue and understanding, especially between westerners and the Arab world. In her free time Hannah loves to cook, read, travel, and spend time with her three sisters.
Sean German – [Senior Coach]
Sean has 21 years of experience overseas working in accounting and finance and serving local communities with his family, primarily in Eastern Europe. Four of those years were in Austria and fifteen years were in Bosnia and Herzegovina. This gave him the opportunity to learn German and Bosnian and adapt to different cultures and environments.
Sean is passionate about coaching and supporting people to find roles which fit their unique gifts, skills, and experience for Kingdom purposes. He believes that although someone’s role may change over time, their purpose never does. He has a commitment to working alongside people on their journey to find the place where they can make the most impact. He loves learning new things, playing racket sports, and snowboarding or mountain biking down the slopes of Bosnian mountains.
Sean graduated from the University of Arizona with a BS in Accounting and has used his communication, cultural, and interpersonal skills to navigate the bureaucracies of foreign governments to establish viable programs and organizations.
Kimberly Johnson – [Senior Coach]
Kimberly has over 20 years of experience working in career consulting and human resources. This has encompassed working with clients individually and in college career services. She taught courses, wrote curriculum and counseled students in internships, career planning, and career exploration at the University of Minnesota.
Kimberly has also worked in staffing and recruiting, making permanent and temporary placements of employees for a variety of corporations and organizations. Her passion is helping people to understand themselves and how to find the best fit position. Professionally, Kimberly has spoken at both national and regional conferences, such as the American College Personnel Association (ACPA) and the Minnesota Career Development Association (MCDA). She has completed the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) Qualifying Program, using the MBTI in career counseling; MBTI Step II; and Understanding the 16 Types. In addition, she received the Career Services Innovation Award from the Career Development Network at the University of Minnesota. She holds a M.S. from Minnesota State University in Counseling along with an Industrial Relations Certificate and B.S. in Marketing/Speech Communication/Sociology from the University of Minnesota.
Kimberly loves to travel and cherished the opportunity to advise international students enrolled at the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management. She loves hiking, especially in the mountains, creating memories with her family, and capturing special moments in pictures.
Rhiannon King – [Program Coordinator]
Rhiannon has enjoyed an exciting and varied career in healthcare around the world. Originally from England, she graduated from the University of Southampton, UK with a BSc in Physiotherapy in 2001.
She worked for several hospitals within the British National Health Service before taking her skills overseas. She then worked as a Physiotherapist in three other countries, including four years in post-conflict nations in West Africa. During this time, she trained local rehab therapists as well as managed a team of occupational and physical therapists onboard the world’s largest non-governmental hospital ship.
Since moving to the US, Rhiannon has been advising and placing international workers into vocational service opportunities all over the world.
She is passionate about developing people and empowering them to reach their full potential, as well as helping others find ways to make an impact around the world. She is a Pilates fan, loves spending time with family and enjoying the outdoors. In her free time, you can find her reading a good book or having a cup of tea with friends.
Kevwe Irikefe – [Information Technology Systems]
Kevwe is a Master’s in Business Analytics candidate at the University of Rochester. She is originally from Nigeria and graduated from the University of Lagos with a BS in Electrical and Electronics Engineering. After graduating, she spent three months volunteering in Cote d’Ivoire at a shelter for young girls.
She has two years of experience in the Nigerian technology industry, working as a data analyst, project manager, and solution analyst. Kevwe is passionate about problem-solving, thinking analytically, and identifying the best technology solutions to address a business need. As a project manager, she worked on a social impact project using technology to educate and empower 500,000 Nigerians. As a Business Analytics candidate, she has worked on projects involving pricing analytics, statistical analytics, building predictive models, semantic analytics, data visualizations, building and querying databases.
Kevwe’s personal drive is to use technology for social good and impact people’s lives. She is passionate about learning for the sake of learning, especially about new technology and its infrastructure. She spends her free time watching TV shows, reading, traveling, trying new foods, and going on adventures.
Paul Gazan – [Job Source Manager]
Paul has 30 years of experience in management and organizational leadership throughout the United States as well as internationally, including the opportunity to work for four years in Personnel and Organization Leadership for a Non-Governmental Organization in Nairobi, Kenya.
He returned to the U.S.A. to continue working with that organization for another 18 years, working with others who were interested in living and working in various locations throughout the African continent. Paul was able to utilize his skills in interviewing, hiring, job placement, and cross-cultural preparation. He brings those passions to our team, serving people who are interested in working cross-culturally.
Paul holds a BA in history from Grace College in Winona Lake, Indiana. He and his wife Lisa have been married for 30 years and have four children and one grandchild. Paul and Lisa currently live in Lynchburg, Virginia.