Hometown: Ahwatukee, AZ
I’m a proud Arizona native. Throughout high school and college, I worked at Barro’s Pizza as a Server. I didn’t realize it at the time, but working there taught me a lot about customer service and client communication. One day I was telling my manager that I was looking for an internship. He told me his friend, Ryan Nouis, owned a staffing agency and he could send over my resume.
After a couple phone conversations and in-person interviews, I landed the role of Recruiting Assistant… the very first one that TruPath ever hired! I had no idea there was even such a thing as a “staffing agency” before talking with TruPath, let alone what the role of a Recruiter entailed, but I dove in and learned. It turned out to be a great fit for me! Since I came onboard, TruPath has hired several other Recruiting Assistants. It was a great way for me to learn the industry from the ground up, as well as how to be successful as a professional Recruiter.
I’ve been here since 2015 now and it’s been great! There’s been so much growth and change in our company, and it’s exciting to be a part of. I’ve learned a lot and I truly love working with everyone here. We work hard, but there is always laughter in the office. We pride ourselves on providing the best of the best for our clients and make sure it is the right fit for everyone. I’m so happy to say that I work at TruPath and I’m excited to see what the future brings!
“Trust goes a long way. Establishing trust with candidates and clients helps to build deeper and more respectful relationships.”
“As client advocates, we go above and beyond to help our clients find the best candidate match for their environment. In first working with potential candidates, we do an in-depth phone screen and then meet them in person to fully ensure they are a strong cultural and technical fit for your organization.”
“Transparency is important in any conversation. Candidates appreciate this, and It helps them to better trust you throughout the process.”
“This industry is full of unpredictability. Making mistakes is part of the learning process, and the path to growth (as long as they aren’t repeated!).”
“Positivity is huge in our office. There isn’t a day that goes by without everyone laughing and smiling.”