People are the core of every business, and I am passionate about people.
By creating and implementing customized and innovative talent acquisition strategies I am able to engage and inspire people for their professional careers while helping companies grow.
My mission is for everyone I partner with to wake up every day excited to go to work and achieve their goals. Whether you’re a people manager looking to hire or a job seeker looking for work, I’m excited to start a dialogue, learn about you, and make something awesome together.
FIVE THINGS I LOVE...
My Dog: I adopted my little corgi-mix Mac (as in Fleetwood Mac) three years ago. He brings joy to my life every day.
Cooking: I love trying new things and learning about cultures through their food. I’ve taken my passion to the next level as a home chef and have immersed myself in learning the techniques behind elevated home cuisine. From making Sous-vide octopus, to duck liver mousse, and homemade tortellini, I am in my “happy place” when in the kitchen. Check out my cooking creations.
Rock & Roll: I have a minor obsession with classic rock like Led Zeppelin, Cream, The Doors, The Rolling Stones, Jefferson Airplane, and more. I’m also partial to 90’s alt and punk rock, blues, modern rock, and Broadway show tunes.
Travel: I recently returned from an amazing solo trip to Cambodia and Vietnam. If you want a great adventure, I highly recommend Siem Reap, Cambodia! As a fan of eco-tourism, one of my favorite past trips was to Tanzania where I volunteered at a clinic treating children suffering from malnutrition and malaria while learning the culture and going on weekend Safaris. I’ve been to sixteen countries and 26 of the 50 States; next up on my list are Austria, Switzerland, Morocco, and Thailand.
Equality: I truly believe we are all created equal. No one is better than anyone else, and we all deserve the same equal opportunities. In 2005 I co-created a summer arts program for at-risk youths, in college I volunteered with the Trevor Project (LGBT youth suicide prevention), and now I am involved with various women’s and professional organizations focused on equality, both in the workplace and in life.