If you don't want to be pigeonholed as you explore new career opportunities, then take comfort in the fact that I've worked with numerous clients to develop two distinct resumes that maximize precious real estate on each page while remaining chocked full of direction-relevant facts and figures.
Curious as to what that might look like? Then check out my career transition PDF samples on the Multitasker Package section of my services menu. Here, you can view my primary resume next to a resume I created to position myself for a role in fundraising, where I have a good deal of volunteer and past work experience. Not all of my clients' document sets are so drastically different, but you get the point.
If you're not quite sure what your next career move should be, call me. Your dilemma might not be as difficult as it seems to you, and we may be able to begin working toward your goals right away.
For others, I might recommend taking some time to soul search (and/or online search) to gain a sense of direction before making an investment. It's career documents with focus that get noticed, so a clear direction (or even multiple clear directions) is mandatory before I can commit to getting this party started.