We draw our mission from our name - to recruit actually means to inspire someone to join a cause.
Our purpose at Recruiter is more than just connecting job seekers, recruiters and employers. We are passionate about inspiring people to better themselves, to grab opportunities, and to believe in themselves.
Simply put, Recruiter exists to open doors for people.
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Michael Woloshin is a highly skilled, entrepreneurial-minded leader with decades of experience in business development, marketing and brand building, primarily in the recruiting industry. Michael was the driving force behind developing, expanding, and managing Candidates On Demand Group, which was ranked No. 4 in the Crain's New York Business list of the New York Area's Largest Executive Recruiters. Mike utilizes his expertise in creating strategic partnerships and joint ventures for Recruiter.com and its subsidiaries.
Ashley Saddul is a seasoned entrepreneur, technologist, star soccer player, and big-time foodie. His startup experience includes leadership at Simpli, a search engine that was acquired, as well as founding Impressive Domains, a premier domain brokerage firm from the early days of the Internet 'gold rush'. He has been profiled in numerous magazines, and is a frequent contributor on Forbes. He is an avid world traveler and adventurer, and loves hopping around the globe climbing mountains and photographing lost lakes.
Miles Jennings is an entrepreneur and founder of Recruiter.com. With a decade of experience, Miles is a cited expert and influencer in the HR and recruitment space. He is a contributor to top publications such as Entrepreneur, WSJ, and Forbes. With a background in Internet technology, recruiting and social marketing, he loves everything about finding people the right jobs and inspiring people to follow their dreams. He graduated from Trinity College in Hartford, CT with a degree in Philosophy.
Joseph "Joe" W. Abrams has vast experience in helping early-stage, private and publicly held technology companies accelerate growth. Mr. Abrams co-founded Intermix, Inc., the parent company of MySpace, in 1998. Intermix was sold to News Corp. in September 2005 for $580 million. Prior to that, Mr. Abrams co-founded The Software Toolworks, Inc., which was sold to Pearson, PLC, for $462 million. He serves on several private and nonprofit boards, including the board of the William E. Simon Graduate School of Business at the University of Rochester.
David is a serial entrepreneur and an active angel investor. He co-founded the Notre Dame-affiliated IrishAngels and has personal investments in 50+ startups, including Change.org, NoRedInk, Archively, Ginkgotree, Chime, Datanyze and Good.co. He also serves as Entrepreneur in Residence for the University of Notre Dame. Through the Amelia Claire Foundation, in memory of their daughter, David and his wife, along with their three other children, assist families who have lost children. David enjoys fishing, skiing, traveling and philanthropy. David received his B.A. from Notre Dame and his M.B.A. from Northwestern's Kellogg School of Management.
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