Director of Recruiting
B.A. in Communications: California State University San Marcos
ADVICE FOR CANDIDATES:
Be prepared for every interview and be confident in your abilities. I always tell my candidates to speak about the experience they do have as opposed to the experience they don’t. When you emphasize what you haven’t done, you are basically telling the interviewer why you aren’t a good fit. Concentrate on the experience you do have and how it relates to the position.
ADVICE FOR HIRING MANAGERS:
Timing is everything! If you see a candidate that you like or “just might work”, give them a chance and set up an interview. Good candidates are not available for very long and if you don’t make them an offer, someone else will.
HOBBIES AND INTERESTS:
Going to the river, snowboarding, and spending time with family and friends
Hawaii – Maui and Kauai