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Randi Chapnik Myers is living proof that there is not just one right path in life.

An idealistic lawyer by her mid-20’s, Randi felt a disconnect between her personality and career choice. While she enjoyed doing research, she was disillusioned by the adversary nature of the legal system. More drawn to the “helping” side of law, she went on to earn her Certificate in Family Mediation followed by a Masters Degree in Alternative Dispute Resolution. As a qualified mediator, she became expert at resolving disputes by identifying the source of conflict in relationships and coaching people to find common ground. 

After getting married and having three kids, Randi delved into her talent for research and writing. She took a memoir course at Harvard University, enrolled in the Magazine Certificate program at Ryerson, and was soon a regular contributor for national publications, including The Globe and Mail (Business and Careers sections) and Today’s Parent, among others. When the Internet took over, she launched RCM Content where she specializes in content creation for companies, brands and authors and co-founded Brazen Woman, an international lifestyle website for women.  

Randi has always counted motherhood among her careers as well. Her parenting philosophy mirrors her career philosophy: She believes that every person deserves to make personal choices that feel right at each stage of life. At Path Hacks, she uses her unique career experience and coaching insight to help clients do just that. 



Kelsey Komorowski is an educational consultant with 15 years of experience working with high school, undergraduate and graduate students in selective programs around the world. She works closely with many private schools in Toronto to streamline the university application process, and specializes in helping students develop compelling applications that reflect their best, authentic selves. Her clients have landed interviews with top schools ranging from Harvard to Berklee, and have secured offers of admission to competitive programs around the world.

Kelsey worked in the Student Achievement Division at Ontario's Ministry of Education prior to founding her educational consulting firm, Komo Consulting. Having shifted industries and gone from the public sector to private practice, Kelsey knows first hand the challenges and rewards that come with finding the right fit. She is committed to helping students find meaningful postsecondary studies, and equips them with the mindset and strategies to create their own path with clarity and confidence.

Kelsey graduated on the Dean’s Honour List from Queen’s University and earned her Master's degree from the University of Toronto, securing numerous scholarships for outstanding academic achievement along the way. When she's not working, Kelsey can be found hiking, hanging with Rousseau (her ridiculously good-looking White Shepherd) or traveling the world (40+ countries to date, she's always keeping an eye open for her next adventure!).