Learn more about the Toedtmans

Craig B. Toedtman, SPHR CMF CPRW CPBA

Hello! I’m Craig Toedtman, a global job search brand maker providing job search services for people seeking new opportunities.

Through my 30 years of business experience, I’ve learned to walk the talk. I struggled through unemployment with its many peaks and more valleys. I’ve relocated to new locations in search of that perfect job. And I finally landed with the opportunity of choice – working for me! My clients have my listening ear to share their personal challenges and triumphs. We tackle the valleys by looking for possibilities – one step at a time! We work together to crystalize your brand and define the ultimate goal – your next job! And, then we go after it.

I have experienced the challenges you face when looking for a new position, because I’ve been there. I know how important it is to take advantage of an opportunity with one swing.

I can help you launch a successful job search, because we’re all about making the right connections. Start by connecting with me – the Match.com of Career Services! Craigtrdc on LinkedIn, 215.519.5693 by phone, or email me – craigt@toedtman.com

  • St. Thomas’ Church, Whitemarsh ‐ member of Vestry 1989 – 1995 Episcopal Cathedral Chapter – member, Treasurer 2001‐2008 Wissahickon Board of School Directors – 1995 – 1999; President, 1999 Villanova University – Adjunct Faculty 1989‐2005
  • Episcopal Diocese of PA – Commission on Wellness – 2020 – 2023

U.S. Army, Specialist Fifth Class Legal Clerk; Republic of Viet Nam
January 1968 – December 1968; Bronze Star for Meritorious Service.


Allegheny College, Meadville, PA ‐ BA, Economics, 1966

Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH ‐ MBA, 1974

Harvard Graduate School of Business, Cambridge, MA – Manufacturing in Corporate Strategy Executive Program, 1981

Dana W. Toedtman

Hello! I’m Dana Toedtman and I provide academic support services for students and parents and have authored professional development articles to help meet the many challenges students and parents face. In addition, I have developed programs to improve Learning Skills, Reading in all content areas, and study skills. My experience also includes working with students challenged with learning differences, ADHD, and underutilizing executive functions.

My work over 30 years in both private and public education has provided many opportunities to assist both students and parents. My work has been at all levels – individuals, classrooms, and boards of educational organizations.

  • Allegheny College, Meadville, PA – BA, English, 1967
  • University of Oregon, Eugene, OR – graduate studies in English/Education 1968
  • Learning Disabilities Certification, Cleveland, Ohio 1975
Professional Associations
  • St. James Middle School Board
  • International Reading Association
  • Association Specialists of Schools
  • St. Thomas’ Preschool Board
  • Orton-Dyslexia Society
  • P.E.O.
  • Delaware Valley Reading
Professional Conferences
  • Annual Leaning Disabilities Conference, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, 2001, 2003
  • Attendance and presenter at many local area conferences 1985 – present
  • Conference Coordinator & Presenter, Episcopal Diocese of Pennsylvania 1990 – 1995, National Episcopal Educator Conference, Estes Park, CO {presenter}
  • Edfest-Christian Education Conference, Episcopal Divinity School, Cambridge, MA, June 1990