Doug Woodworth


Has Preferences For: ENTP

Favorite Quote (of the moment):“It is our choices, that show what we truly are, far more than our abilities.” ― J. K Rowling

Bio: Doug is a Human Resources Executive with 20 years of experience within the financial services and technologies industries, most recently as Senior Vice President and Head of HR for the Group Insurance business at Prudential. He has previously worked at Marsh, Avaya, and Citibank in an array of HR leadership roles. He graduated from Rutgers University where he earned both a B.A. in Psychology as well as a Masters in Business Administration.

He lives in New Jersey with his wife and two children. For leisure he enjoys being in the outdoors, reading extensively, and is an enthusiastic patron of the performing arts. Doug also lives vicariously through his children, and is very active supporting the township school system including serving as VP and Treasurer of the Parent Teacher Organization from 2011- 2013.


Maryanne DiMarzo
APTi  Past President 


Has Preferences For: INTP
Based in: Vero Beach, FL
Current Work: Beacon People Solutions, LLC
Education: BA, Psychology, Rosemont College and MA in Education, Manhattanville College
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.beaconpeoplesolutions.com
Favorite Quote: "If you seek his monument, look around you." - Christopher Wren's epitaph at St. Paul's Cathedral

Bio: Co-founder and Managing Partner of Beacon People Solutions, LLC, a consulting firm dedicated to the development of leaders and organizations. Started in 2007, Beacon People Solution’s core offerings include leadership/executive assessment and coaching, team building and coaching, MBTI Step I/II and human resources strategy.






Susan Nash
Director of International Relations 

Has Preferences For: ENFJ
Based in: Marlow, United Kingdom
Current Work: Em-Power LTD (UK)
Education: Bachelor of Arts (Honors)
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.em-poweruk.com
Favorite Quote: "Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away."

Bio: Born in the UK, Susan moved full time to the USA in 1987 and now divides her time between the US and UK. She focuses on applying type knowledge to businesses in a practical and relevant way - her specialty is in making type accessible to all types. In addition she trains internal trainers to facilitate effective workshops, and trains managers to be effective coaches. Finally she custom develops a range of soft skills programs for clients such as Nautica, PUMA, Kipling, Converse, Google and Oracle. When not working with clients, Susan has written ten books, six of which are on personality type. For leisure Susan likes to travel when not hanging out with her six grandchildren.

 M. Eileen Brown

Marketing and Membership


Has Preferences For: ENFP
Based in: Illinois

Bio:  M. Eileen Brown is the Director of Marketing and Innovation for the Daily Herald in suburban Chicago. Formerly, she was the managing editor for the Daily Herald. She also was the executive editor of the Gary Post-Tribune, as well as an entertainment editor and columnist for the Chicago Sun-Times. As someone with a preference for ENFP, she discovered type when trying to figure out what she was doing wrong with her son, who has preferences for INTJ. That started her on a journey that led her to getting her MBTI Certification. She currently uses type to help journalists navigate the rocky waters of the media landscape.

Carol Linden 
Director of Content Curation and Interest Areas 

Has Preferences For: ENFP 

Bio: Carol A. Linden, CPCC and MBTI® Master Practitioner, is a speaker, author, and consultant. She has trained over 1,000 clients in Psychological Type, Temperaments, and Interaction Styles. This workshop and her new book area result of her own layoff experience as well as 4 years as a weekly volunteer facilitator at a job seekers’ networking meeting.

Her book The Job Seekers Guide for Extraverts and Introverts is for sale on Amazon. If you’re a job seeker, it can help you get off on the right foot and stay the course. If you’re a counselor, both the book and tip sheets will reinforce what you say to your clients as well as save you repetition, allowing you to work at a deeper more rewarding level with your clients.