Therese “Tag” Goulet.
Metis writer and educator Tag Goulet is the daughter of George and Terry Goulet. She completed her B.A. and M.A. in Communications at the University of Calgary. As a student, she was resident of the Students! Union and served in editorial positions on the year"oo#, student hand"oo#, and student newspaper.Tag has "een a maga$ine editor, a seminar spea#er, the communications director for the %aw Society of Al"erta, a "oo# pu"lishing and communications consultant, and wor#ed for a dot&com during the "oom. She has also wor#ed as a part&time university instructor and trainer for organi$ations such as American Management Association 'nternational, and served on the Calgary A"original Ur"an Affairs Committee.As a writer, Tag(s career articles have "een read "y millions of people worldwide at we"sites such as A)%, C**, and Microsoft(s MS*, and have appeared in newspapers and online through CareerBuilder in the United States, Sun Media in Canada, and Metro *ews in +urope. Tag has contri"uted essays to numerous "oo#s, including a
"est&seller pu"lished "y Simon - Schuster, the official hand"oo# of the Canadian Authors Association, and "oo#s pu"lished "y divisions of andom /ouse and enguin Group. She was also Managing +ditor of
Calgary: A Year in Focus
, the host city(s official gift "oo# for dignitaries attending the 0122 3inter )lympics, and author of a motivational C4&)M distri"uted in 56 countries. Tag self&pu"lished her first "oo# at the age of 77. Titled
, it was a career guide for Canadian university students. 'n 0111, Tag returned to career "oo# pu"lishing when she launched 8a"9o".com with her sister Catherine Goulet.As the University of Calgary!s alumni maga$ine reported, :8a"9o".com was created ;ust as the dot&com crash hit, "ut it didn!t deter the pair from feeling the 'nternet was the right spot to start their company that gives advice on how to "rea# into a dream career.<0