As a new member to the TalenTrust team, I can truly attest to the fact that our core values are what we live and breathe by. TalenTrust lives up to, and quite honestly, exceeds our core values in being passionate and seeking excellence in all that we do. I not only feel like a part of a team who cares about their clients, candidates, and employees – but feel like I’ve joined a family, too!
I’ve been in the recruiting field for the last 5 and a half years, and have had the opportunity of working within different environments and industries; agency and corporate – which have lead me to where I am today with TalenTrust. I noticed many gaps in the industry within those prior environments – whether it be affecting the clients, the candidates, or the recruiter. Those gaps have always propelled me to seek out a workplace that truly aligns with my own values and can provide a solution within the staffing industry that meets all party’s needs. TalenTrust allows the opportunity to really tailor solutions for each client in a way that I’ve not seen before, while also providing an exceptional candidate experience. TalenTrust values quality, connection, and personalized experiences the way I do, which is why I’m so excited to be a part of this team and grow alongside them!
I was born and raised in South Africa, and since moving to the USA with my family when I was 10, I’ve had the privilege of living in a few different places so far: Hershey, Pennsylvania; Fort Collins, where I attended Colorado State University – Go Rams!; and Denver, Colorado. I currently reside in Reno, Nevada with my husband and rescue dog. The flexibility and encouragement of a good work/life balance here at TalenTrust allows me to enjoy all of these beautiful places! In my free time I love skiing in the winter, traveling with my husband, hiking with our dog, and spending time with our families whenever we’re able to travel back to the East Coast.
“There is no passion to be found playing small – in settling for a life that is less than the one you are capable of living”