What Does “Eat Your Career” Mean?
We believe work can be a delicious, nourishing experience and we love helping professionals figure out what that means for them and how to achieve it.
About the Company
Eat Your Career (a division of CCS Ventures, LLC) is a coaching and consulting company dedicated to professional development and career advancement. We offer a variety of services for private individuals and corporate clients, as well as a selection of on-demand professional development training products and signature career advancement programs.
Based out of Denver, CO, we are available for work globally.
Meet the Founder and CEO, Chrissy Scivicque
Chrissy Scivicque (pronounced “Civic”) is an award-winning writer, certified career coach and experienced corporate trainer. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing from Sonoma State University, Certification in Copy Editing from UC San Diego, and Certification in Clinical Nutrition from Bauman College in Penngrove, CA. Chrissy is also a Certified Professional Career Manager (PCM) and she has completed 120+ hours of CTI core curriculum for life coaches. In a former life, she worked for several years in the field of banking and finance in Northern California.
A born entrepreneur, Chrissy launched The Executive Assistant’s Toolbox in 2007. This gave her a platform to promote her writing online while also sharing her passion for personal and professional development. In 2008, a start-up company called OfficeArrow purchased the website and hired her as Managing Editor, where she stayed for three years. In this role, she also acted as company spokesperson and community advisor.
Chrissy’s writing on career-related topics is regularly featured on dozens of websites including Forbes, Monster, CareerBuilder, CBS News (formerly BNET), and Careerealism among others. She is currently a contributing writer for U.S. News & World Report (career section) and Ivy Exec’s Executive Insights blog.
Chrissy has trained teams in companies large and small, including Northrop Grumman, Capital One, TIAA-CREF, Turner Broadcasting, and W.W. Grainger (to name just a few). She has also presented at numerous conferences including the ASAP’s Administrative Professionals Conference (APC), IAAP Annual Forum, Office Dynamics Conference for Administrative Excellence, and many more.
Chrissy was also featured from 2012-2013 as Fox 31 Denver’s career expert on the Good Day Colorado morning show.
Meet Our Mascot, Ms. Mollie Mae