As the President of RecruitSavvy, I ensure that our boutique organization continues to provide world-class recruiting solutions to our clients. Whether we're helping a small CPA firm add one accountant to its staff or a major financial services company bring on eight new advisors, our mission remains the same: to consistently outperform contingency recruiters while charging a fraction of their fees.
Devra Gardner Dir. Of Client Services
As the Director of Client Services, I have responsibilities to all of our financial services clients. Together with our team of Account Executives, I lead our new client implementation calls to develop the profile for their recruiting campaign. As Director of Client Services, I serve a crucial role by engaging with our clients and addressing any questions or inquiries they have.
Kyle Bednarski Dir. of Operations & Account Mgmt.
As an Account Manager, my role is to sell, write, design and place employment advertising in the most cost-effective and impactful media throughout the nation and online job boards.
Helene Garland Dir. of Staff Development
As the Director of Staff Development, I have the privilege of training our Account Executives to find you the best talent for your unique position.
Kathleen Murtha Executive Talent Researcher
As the Recruiting Manager, I consult with clients to ascertain their talent needs to aggressively source candidates using social media and resume databases to create pipelines in special markets throughout the US in various industries.
Cindy Pierce Senior Sales Executive
As Senior Sales Executive at RecruitSavvy, I have over 20 years of sales experience in helping our clients utilize our services to fit their needs and budget. I specialize in helping Public Accounting Firms, Engineering Firms and Small Businesses throughout the country find the talent they need at a cost they can afford.
Franklin Official Mascot
As the office mascot (and an adorable, well-mannered golden doodle), my role is to greet our employees daily, occasionally beg for food and bark at the mail carrier and any other unfamiliar faces.