My road in life took a while to figure out.
I grew up in Europe which gave me a good education in interpersonal relationships.
My grandmother was a huge influence in my life. She always told me to carve out my own path.
When I graduated from college, it was in 2009, at the height of the recession.
I had to start paying off my loans, so I took some odd jobs: waiting tables, tutoring students, etc.
I took a job at adidas, honing my knowledge of the retail world and growing my interpersonal skills.
I went back to school to pursue my master's degree and got my current job at around the same time.
I was referred to my current job, so building those professional and personal relationships was key.
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I help my clients find talented individuals in all aspects of technology.

Career Roadmap

My work combines:
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Communicating / Sharing Stories

Day to Day

The perfect day would comprise of me giving out good news to multiple people: first, to the clients that I work for (companies like AT&T) that will be outfitted with the perfect candidates. Then, to the candidates themselves, who will be able to make an upward move into a new awesome company, and be able to keep putting food on the tables for their families.

Advice for Getting Started

Here's the first step for college students

You can take a combination of business or human resources classes in college, but it's almost more important to know which industry you specifically want to go into. If you have a knowledge or passion for business, fashion, etc., you'll be able to be a better recruiter in those fields. I work in IT recruiting and my knowledge of the field is critically important to recognizing those great candidates and forming bonds with them.

Recommended Education

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The Noise I Shed

From Society in General:

"Going to college was a waste of time. Nobody can find a job right now, and you won't find a job, either."

Challenges I Overcame