Mallory Newby Hired as Career Coach

Mallory Newby Hired as Career Coach


Mallory Newby started May 6, 2019, as Assistant Director/Career Coach in the University Career Center working with the Kent School of Social Work and the College of Education and Human Development.

Mallory is a Career Development professional with eight years of experience assisting individuals in locating and retaining meaningful employment. She served as the Associate Director for Career Services at Sullivan University where she led daily operations for the Louisville Career Services Department, assisted students and graduates from a variety of disciplines with career search strategies, managed employer relations and campus recruiting, and coordinated classroom presentations and workshops. Her experience also includes working at a non-profit community action agency promoting self-sufficiency through gainful employment. 

Mallory is passionate in helping students to grow as professionals, explore various career paths, interests, and develop job search skills necessary to set themselves apart from other candidates. She prides herself in her ability to develop strong relationships with students, faculty, and community partners. She seeks to bring best out of others, inspire and influence, communicate and build bonds, and to help others grow, develop, and succeed.

A Kentucky native and first-generation college graduate, Mallory holds a BA in Communication from the University of Kentucky and a MS in Human Resource Leadership from Sullivan University. She most recently obtained professional certification from the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM-CP). Mallory volunteers as a guest speaker and mentor for Dress for Success Louisville and the Louisville Central Community Center. 

Mallory can be contacted at 502-852-3938 or