I joined Centric in February 2016, as a recruiter for the Seattle team, and since then, I have also become a team member with our National recruiting team.
I have more than 15 years of recruitment experience working as a corporate, National, and Executive-level recruiter, with expertise hiring for Senior Management, Marketing, Digital Marketing, Engineering, Project/Program Management, Business Development, and Management Consultants for a number of industries.
I have additional experience in mentoring and training, account management, and process and personnel management.
Get to Know Me
I’m native to Washington state and have lived throughout the Seattle area and now reside just east in the Cascade mountains. In my free time, I love to create tasty vegan recipes and read anything about health and wellness, spend time with friends and family, and travel whenever possible.
What is your favorite thing to do in your free time?
One of my favorite things to do locally is hiking. The cascades have countless trails and hidden lakes with some of the most incredible views.
What’s the best trip you’ve ever taken and why?
I enjoy travel and one of my most memorable road trips started in northern Italy and went from Venice to Florence, through the Tuscany-region, and ended at the Amalfi Coast.
What’s your favorite memory?
I had an opportunity to live abroad, in Latvia, for a year in the capital city of Riga and in the countryside in a small town just outside Kandava. I now consider Latvia my home away from home and look forward to summer visits there.
“I’m passionate about recruiting, and I also enjoy learning and meeting new people, which has been an exciting part of my everyday work-life with Centric.
In elementary school, I was asked, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” I didn’t know the name for it then, but I knew I wanted to help people, and recruiting has given me a tremendous opportunity to do just that. It is so thrilling to be a part of helping others find their match, either with the company I work for or elsewhere.”