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About Us

Established in 1999 as the pioneering company dedicated to providing an extensive range of recruitment services for female professionals, Women For Hire ™ specializes in delivering online career fairs, engaging presentations and seminars, as well as tailor-made marketing programs.

Our brand has garnered significant recognition by being consistently featured in esteemed media outlets such as Forbes, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Entrepreneur, CBS News, the Huffington Post, the Chicago Tribune, and CNN on numerous occasions.

Women For Hire ™ offers a wide variety of career-related information and videos geared to working women, and an online job board that helps leading employers connect with top-notch professional women in all fields. In 2008, we produced our first work from home video, which has been viewed by thousands of women interested in this growing field.

Our high caliber online career fairs enable America’s top employers to engage with a coveted pool of talented women in all disciplines. These events connect recruiters from a mix of Fortune 500 companies, medium-sized businesses, non-profit organizations, and government agencies with women across the nation.

Since our inception, we have been recognized as groundbreakers in connecting employers with the brightest group of diverse career women, as well as providing those women with exceptional advice on advancement. We specialize in developing customized programs to meet the diversity recruitment goals of employers in every industry.

Women For Hire ™ is WBENC Certified

The Women’s Business Enterprise National Council certification for women-owned businesses is one of the most widely recognized and respected certifications in the nation.


Women For Hire ™ Partners with Flex-Friendly Certificate

Women For Hire ™ is partnering on a brand new initiative called the Flex-Friendly Certificate. The need for flexibility is the top request among many workers today. It’s a critical tool for attracting and retaining the best talent.

Yet typically there’s stiff competition to be named to the lists that rank workplaces, even though the reality is most organizations – large and small – offer some form of flexible work options and should be recognized for them.

Flex-Friendly’s goal is to certify and celebrate your organization’s flexible practices and policies and use them as a powerful PR and recruitment tool. The certification process is simple and highly cost-effective. Let us know if you’re available to set up a call to hear more details and review how the Flex-Friendly certificate will benefit your organization.

Women For Hire ™ is committed to SafeWork

SafeWork is a national initiative led by Safe Horizon, the nation’s leading victim assistance organization, and the Corporate Alliance to End Partner Violence, to encourage corporate leaders to recognize the signs of domestic violence in the workplace and take action to address it.

Women For Hire™ is proud to have committed to this issue, to protecting our employees and to standing against domestic violence in the workplace.

The Women For Hire ™ Story

June 1999: Women For Hire ™ was founded in a small corner of a New York City apartment, where the founder spent her days (and nights) researching and cold-calling employers – with toddler twins in tow – to convince them to participate in her career expo.

October 1999: First Women For Hire ™ event held in New York with 50 employers and 1,000 women – a smashing success. TV personality Star Jones attends the event, which paves the way for other prominent women to make appearances at future Women For Hire ™ events, including Today show anchor Ann Curry, Money Magazine’s Jean Chatzky, novelist Sara Paretsky, Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Ellen Goodman, news anchor Paula Zahn, legendary gossip columnist Liz Smith, and gift guru Robyn Spizman.

February 2000: We host our second Women For Hire ™ event in New York, thereby establishing a presence in Spring and Fall recruiting seasons.

June 2000: Women For Hire’s operations move into a real office space on West 72nd Street in New York. The new full-time staff decorates the walls with framed posters of their favourite movies, including 9 to 5 and Thelma & Louise.

October 2000: Women For Hire ™ hits the road to kick off its national expansion with events in Boston and Chicago.

February 2001: Travels continue with expansion to Atlanta, Dallas, Miami, and San Francisco as leading employers commit to recruiting with Women For Hire ™ throughout the country.

October 2001: A month after 9/11, President Clinton calls Women for Hire’s founder to congratulate her on Women For Hire’s success. After she gets over the initial shock that it’s not her husband playing a joke, the founder listens as the former President reminds her that at the core of our freedom and financial independence in this country is the right to work. Regardless of your political preference, a call from any U.S. President is pretty cool.

January 2003: The Women For Hire ™ Network launches offering professional women an exclusive online service with benefits including the ability to email their most pressing questions for a personalized response in 24 hours.

April 2003: Women For Hire ™ expands to our nation’s capital.

July 2004: First in-office massage and manicure day offers much-needed pampering to Women For Hire’s crack staff hailing from Florida, Nebraska, New York, Utah, and Virginia.

October 2004: We launch Women For Hire magazine – jam-packed with empowering career advice and advertising from top employers committed to women and diversity. To rack up even more frequent flyer miles for its staff, the company hits the road with events in Houston, Los Angeles, San Diego, and Tampa.

September 2006: The Women For Hire ™ Foundation, a non-profit organization, is formed to provide career development skills to displaced homemakers and low-income women.

January 2007: Just a few months after the launch of the Women For Hire ™ Network, online membership exceeds 15,000 women connecting daily across the country.

December 2007: The Women For Hire™ Network hits the 30,000 member mark, doubling its membership in less than a year.

February 2008: Women For Hire ™ moves to larger offices on 8th Avenue in Manhattan, in New York’s famous garment district. Our next door neighbor, Hari, fashions high-end dresses designed by some of New York’s top dress makers. He is the nicest man.

June 2008: Women For Hire ™ hosts its first Career Boot Camp for recent college grads at New York’s Manhattan Center. More than 350 women attend the day-long session to listen to representatives from some 50 top firms talk about careers and opportunities.

November 2008: Recognizing a growing interest in working from home, Women For Hire ™ hosts its first Work From Home Expo at Atlanta’s Cobb Galleria. More than 1,500 women attended the day-long event to meet representatives from more than 40 companies offering work-from-home opportunities.

November-December 2008: In an effort to help a growing number of people find jobs, Women for Hire ™ and Good Morning America put together GMA Job Fairs starting in Atlanta then moving to Chicago and Hollywood, FL. The events draw thousands of job seekers – 4,000 in Chicago alone – and result in jobs for some, hope for all.

June, 2009: Women For Hire ™ hosts a Boot Camp for Recent College Grads in New York, drawing hundreds of women for a one-day conference designed to give them all the tools they need to enter today’s job market.

July 2009: Women For Hire ™ partnered with the Direct Sellers Association to produce a series of videos on that focus on direct sales and work-from-home opportunities.

September 2009: Women For Hire ™ is tapped to co-produce recruiting expos at the prestigious annual Women’s Conferences in Massachusetts, Texas, Pennsylvania, and Florida.

February 2013: With a wide range of recruiting services for women, our Career Fairs are a signature staple that makes Women For Hire ™ the top recruiting resource for women.


Max Moscicki

Max is an accomplished entrepreneur and executive. He co-founded smava Poland (p2p lending) in a joint venture with Smava Gmbh, which processed over 3 billion euros in loans. Further notable roles include his consultation position at Goldman Sachs UK and his leadership as Vice President of Appjobs, the premier job board for temporary and contract workers.

Prior to these roles, Max served as Senior Vice President at Kaleidoscope Global, a privately-held venture builder. During his tenure, he actively participated in recruiting talent for over 100 online businesses, contributing to their growth and success.

Max holds a Master’s degree in Management from Wroclaw University of Economics and advanced his skills with graduate studies at Harvard University and INSEAD in Paris.

Julian Herbstein

Julian is an innovative thinker who has dedicated 25 years to diverse roles in private equity, technology startups and global operations. Beginning his career as an M&A banker at Lazard Frères, he then joined Rupert Murdoch’s team at SKY before becoming the third employee at govWorks, an Internet 1.0 sensation that raised $60 million from Mayfield and KKR.

After obtaining his MBA, Julian joined the family office of the legendary investor George Soros as a Principal within the private equity group. In 2008, Julian moved to Beijing as a founding partner at CGN, one of just six private equity funds sanctioned by China’s central committee. Though no longer an active member of the investment team, he remains on the Investment Committee.

Post CGN, Julian worked with two hedge funds in Hong Kong and Chicago, specializing in structured finance. Julian earned his BA from Harvard and his MBA from Stanford Business School.

Judith Freidenberg

Judith Noemí Freidenberg holds a Masters in Anthropology from the Universidad de Buenos Aires, a PhD in Anthropology from the City University of New York and a Certificate in Social Gerontology from the University of Maryland. She has held faculty positions at the Mt. Sinai School of Medicine’s Department of Community Medicine in New York City and at the University of Maryland at College Park. She is currently Emerita Professor of Anthropology at the University of Maryland.

Freidenberg enjoys providing service to professional organizations. She co-edited Practicing Anthropology (2015-2018) and is a Board Member in the Society for Applied Anthropology. She is also a grant reviewer for the World Health Organization.

Freidenberg curated Growing Old in Spanish Harlem for the Museum of the City of New York; Inside Out: Aging Latino in the US for the Smithsonian Institution; and The Immigrant Experience in Prince George’s County, Maryland. Her books include Contemporary Conversations on Immigration in the United States: The View from Prince George’s County, Maryland; The Invention of the Jewish Gaucho: Villa Clara and the Construction of Argentine Identity; Memorias de Villa Clara; and Growing Old in El Barrio.

Gabriela Herbstein

Gabriela began her career as a transactional finance attorney at Shearman & Sterling LLP in New York. After several years of legal practice, she applied her experience to the realm of fashion retail, representing companies in Uruguay and Argentina. She is currently the director of operations and business development for Ro’s Garden, an up-and-coming women’s fashion brand based in the United States and Uruguay.

In addition, Gabriela serves as a National Legal Search Consultant at AbstoneLalley DeNio, Inc. where she draws from her legal background and commercial experience to assist attorneys in identifying and pursuing new career opportunities. Gabriela received a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from New York University in 1999 and a Juris Doctor from Howard Law School in 2005.

Tomi Pierucci

Tomi is currently serving as the Managing Director and Head of the Tech Vertical for the International Private Bank at JPMorgan Chase.

Prior to his current role, Pierucci held several notable positions in prominent companies. He worked as an Advisor and Mentor at Norrsken Foundation, a renowned organization focused on supporting and nurturing social entrepreneurs. Before joining Norrsken Foundation, Pierucci held the position of Vice President of Business Development at Glovo, a global on-demand delivery platform. Tomi Pierucci is a successful entrepreneur who co-founded Bluesmart (New York/San Francisco), Big Blue Ideas (Hong Kong), and Little Blue (Buenos Aires).

Diego Laje

Diego is a Multiplatform Media & Advertising Host for La Nación TV – CNN en Español, and previously served as the Buenos Aires bureau chief for CNN en Español. In his journalistic career, Laje has covered a range of significant events such as the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum, the death of Nelson Mandela, the search for Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, and the Hong Kong protests.

Martin Queirolo

Martin Queirolo is an accomplished marketing professional, currently leading as the Multiplatform Media & Advertising Marketing Director for Latin America at The Walt Disney Company. Prior to this role, he significantly influenced the sports and leisure industry as the head of marketing for Puma in Latin America. Known as a marketing champion, Martin’s expertise lies in pioneering growth strategies for top-tier consumer organizations in the increasingly digital world. His innovative approach and adept understanding of market trends have enabled him to stay at the forefront of the industry.

Emiliano Velazquez

Emiliano is a prominent entrepreneur in the realm of decentralization, underlined by his co-founding role in the Open Science Network. His work here reflects a commitment to promoting transparency and accessibility in science and technology. Additionally, Emiliano is a recognized authority in Fintech & Blockchain industries. His deep understanding of these fields, coupled with his ability to drive innovative projects, positions him as a key contributor in the evolution of these sectors. Across all his endeavours, Emiliano’s distinguishing feature is his ability to seize opportunities inherent in the complexities of decentralization.


Susan I. Wranik

Susan I. Wranik is a distinguished speech-language pathologist with over 40 years of experience in the communication field. She utilizes her unique blend of linguistic, cultural and medical expertise to improve communication among healthcare providers and their patients.

Wranik, an acclaimed TEDx speaker and author, has achieved notable career milestones, including the development of innovative rehab dining programs and providing clinical treatment in seven languages. With postgraduate work at Harvard and Johns Hopkins, she embodies lifelong learning and high-level expertise.

Emi Leon

Emi Leon is a well-established bilingual recruiter with over a decade of experience. As the Co-Founder and Talent Solutions Director at Palermo Advisors, Emi leverages his unique attributes of flexibility, creativity, and curiosity in every endeavour.

Previous roles as Head of Talent Acquisition at Alto and Senior Technical Recruiter at DistantJob have added to his vast industrial knowledge. Emi is an ardent advocate of remote work, driven by the power it has to connect global talent with companies worldwide.

A proud alumnus of Universidad Central de Venezuela, he earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Organizational Psychology, graduating Magna Cum Laude. His sustained commitment to innovation in recruitment strategies continues to empower businesses around the world.

Kay Luo

Kay Luo is an experienced professional in the field of communication and marketing. With a Master’s degree from Stanford University, she has accumulated valuable industry knowledge through her diverse work experiences. Kay has worked as a Director of Communications at Block (previously known as Square), a Director of Marketing at Simply Hired and a PR & Marketing consultant for TechCrunch. Currently, she is a mentor at 500 Global, where she guides companies with her expertise.

Alexandra Levit

Alexandra Levit is an acclaimed American writer, consultant, speaker, and workplace expert with an emphasis on the future of work. With a career kick-started in public relations, Levit transitioned into a full-time career as a workplace consultant, speaker, columnist, and author, leveraging her early experiences to guide young professionals navigating the business world.

Her contributions include ten business and workplace books, a nationally syndicated column for the Wall Street Journal, and the founding of a business and workplace consulting firm, Inspiration at Work.

Levit’s expertise has led to advisory roles in various governmental projects, such as the Business Roundtable’s Springboard Project and the development of a career-transitioning program for veterans.

A recognized thought leader, Levit has shared her insights through platforms like TEDx and South by Southwest and contributed to Deloitte’s millennial leadership studies​.

Peggy Klaus

Peggy Klaus is a renowned communication and leadership expert, with over two decades of experience assisting professionals from Fortune 500 companies, mid-size firms and start-ups. Recognized for her contributions in empowering women of all ages, she has been a frequent presence on national news and popular morning shows and has also penned advice columns for prestigious publications like the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Fortune Magazine, Harvard Business Review, and O Magazine.

Peggy is the author of two best-selling books, “BRAG! The Art of Tooting Your Own Horn Without Blowing It” and “The Hard Truth About Soft Skills: Workplace Lessons Smart People Wish They’d Learned Sooner”. She regularly shares her insights as a guest lecturer at esteemed institutions like Harvard’s Kennedy School, Wharton’s Executive MBA Program, U.C. Berkeley’s Haas School of Business, and the Public Policy Institute at Georgetown University.

Peggy’s career journey began in the performing arts, with advanced degrees in drama, speech and theatre from the London-based Royal Academy of Music and The Drama Studio. She then transitioned into the Hollywood scene, where she worked as a producer, director and talent coach for Paramount Studios, Warner Brothers, ABC, CBS, and NBC. She currently resides in Santa Fe, New Mexico​.

Dr. Niama Williams

Dr. Niama L. J. Williams is an accomplished author and educator, with over 17 years of experience as a part-time professor of literature and composition. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Comparative Literature from Occidental College, a master’s in professional writing from the University of Southern California, and a master’s and Ph.D. in African American literature from Temple University.

Dr. Niama has written and published 13 books, primarily focusing on recovery from trauma. She is also the author of the forthcoming book, “La Cueca Chilena: A Black Girl’s Guide to Self-Love and Self-Confidence.”

Dawn Rasmussen

Dawn Rasmussen, a Certified Meeting Professional (CMP), is the President of Pathfinder Writing and Career Services based in Portland, Oregon. She offers resume writing, cover letter crafting, and job search coaching services to clients across the U.S. and Canada. A renowned speaker on career management topics, she has shared her expertise as a columnist for One+ Magazine and a jobs expert for Talentzoo.

Additionally, she is recognized for her contributions to Careerealism, a top-ranked career advice blog, and the weekly Twitter discussion, #Tchat, hosted by TalentCulture. Rasmussen has also been cited in prominent media outlets such as the Chicago Tribune, CBSMoneyWatch and Careerbuilder.

Dr. Stacia Pierce

Stacia Pierce, a celebrated Life Coach and dynamic motivational speaker, is known for her entrepreneurial ventures, notably founding and the Success Mastery Business School. She has penned 21 books, with her most recent work, The Biggest Secret, being a joint effort with Jack Canfield. Pierce’s outstanding contributions as a life coach have earned her a Congressional tribute as well as recognition as a “Woman Who Means Business” by the Orlando Business Journal. Furthermore, she secured a top position in Oprah Winfrey’s OWN contest, attracting a remarkable 7.6 million votes.

Thomas Moran

Bringing over 28 years of experience in the staffing industry, Tom Moran has a distinguished career marked by leadership roles in some of the sector’s most significant companies. His journey in the industry began with various executive positions, leading him to become the CEO of Mastech Digital Inc., a notable publicly-traded staffing firm.

Subsequently, Moran expanded his expertise to the private equity sector, serving as a CEO and partner at the Frontenac Company, Inc. His leadership then took him to Hudson Highland Group, Inc., Americas, where he held the positions of president and CEO.

In 2011, Moran’s career path led him to the Addison Group, where he was appointed as CEO, marking another significant milestone in his extensive professional journey.

Dawn Quesnel

Dawn Quesnel, commonly known as Coach DQ, is a certified professional coach who holds several notable accreditations in her field. She is professionally trained and certified through The Coaches Training Institute (CTI) and the Career Coaches Institute (CCI). Additionally, she is a graduate of IPEC’s Accredited Energy Leadership Coach Program.

In the media world, Dawn Quesnel has made significant contributions. She has produced and hosted over 185 radio shows and conducted over 4,000 interviews that span her diverse career in casting, recruiting and radio. As a recognized expert in her field, she is a frequent invitee as a speaker, Emcee and panel moderator.

Robin Schlinger

Robin Schlinger, founder of Robin’s Resumes®, has been a career coach and resume consultant since 2001. With a Chemical Engineering degree from MIT and over 20 years of experience in various engineering and planning roles for Fortune 500 companies, she later transitioned into human resources, earning numerous certifications and awards.

Robin has been active in career organizations such as the GCDA, NCDA, CDI, NRWA, and PARW/CC. She’s a sought-after speaker on resume writing and has developed a specialization in Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS) resumes. Her work in this field has been recognized and featured  in US News and World Report, among others.

Beth N. Carvin

Beth N. Carvin is a seasoned entrepreneur, business leader and researcher. As the CEO of Nobscot Corporation, she guides a software enterprise focused on assisting businesses in enhancing employee retention and supervising corporate mentoring initiatives.

She boasts expertise in the field of human resources and diversity, often sharing her insights as a keynote speaker and panelist at a wide array of events nationwide and is an author. Beyond her corporate pursuits, Carvin has embarked on a new venture called JamBios, a platform designed to inspire people to relive and document their life stories collaboratively with loved ones.

Jeanine Hamilton

Jeanine Hamilton is the founder of Hire Partnership, a full-service staffing agency serving the Boston area. With over 20 years of experience in the staffing and recruiting industry, Hamilton brings a broad, sophisticated and consultative approach to her clients’ human capital management needs. Her extensive industry network and connections enable her to promptly deliver high levels of service.

Hire Partnership is listed as a member of the Employer Advisory Committee for Operation ABLE, an organization providing training programs and employment services for job seekers of all ages and backgrounds.

Vicky Oliver

Vicky Oliver is a celebrated author renowned for her contributions to career development literature. She’s both esteemed in her field and also a best-selling author of career-related books.

Oliver’s insightful career advice has been spotlighted in more than 80 media outlets. This includes notable features such as the front page of the New York Times Job Market section, Harvard Business Review, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Post, Associated Press, LA Times, Chicago Tribune, and the Philadelphia Inquirer.

Deborah Shane

Deborah Shane is a top business and branding strategist, author and professional speaker. She specializes in transitioning people into and up the business world by using the mediums of speaking, publishing and broadcasting.

She leverages her knowledge and experience in marketing, sales, education, and broadcasting to provide a practical and accessible approach to business transition. Her focus is on helping people understand and apply basic business fundamentals in a way that is tangible, relevant and current. She has also authored a book called “Career Transition: Make the Shift.”​

Dr. Noelle Nelson

Dr. Nelson is an influential author, speaker and consultant in the field of education and personal development. Her renowned works include “The Power of Appreciation” series, which empowers individuals to overcome challenges and find joy in everyday experiences.

In addition to her literary contributions, Dr. Nelson has delivered captivating speeches at international conferences on personal and workplace relationships. Her expertise has garnered recognition from prestigious organizations and authors worldwide. With a diverse educational background in clinical psychology and sociology, Dr. Nelson’s insightful perspectives continue to transform lives and inspire individuals to achieve their fullest potential.

Jude Bijou

Jude Bijou is a respected author, therapist and educator known for her expertise in emotional intelligence and holistic healing. With a deep passion for helping individuals lead joyful and authentic lives, Jude has dedicated her career to empowering others through her transformative work. She is the author of the acclaimed book “Attitude Reconstruction: A Blueprint for Building a Better Life,” which offers practical tools and insights for managing emotions and creating positive change.

Through her writing and counseling practice, Jude has touched the lives of many, providing guidance on topics such as relationships, communication and personal growth.

Kim Lavine

Kim Lavine, the Founder & President of Green Daisy, Inc., is a highly accomplished entrepreneur and bestselling author. Her book, “Mommy Millionaire: How I Turned My Kitchen Table Idea Into a Million Dollars and How You Can Too!”, has garnered widespread acclaim and serves as a testament to her success.

Kim’s expertise has landed her appearances on renowned platforms such as the Today Show, CNN, Rachel Ray, CNBC, and Oprah & Friends Radio Network. She has been featured in notable publications including USA Today, Women’s World and Country Living Magazine.

Additionally, Kim has actively participated as a panellist in Country Living’s national conference on women entrepreneurship. With her mission to empower women to pursue their dreams while being exceptional mothers, Kim Lavine inspires others through her unwavering hope, honesty, and faith.

Dr. Mary Lippitt

Dr. Mary Lippitt is the renowned CEO and founder of Enterprise Management Ltd., holds a D.B.A. and boasts an impressive career spanning over three decades. As a respected member of the American Society of Training and Development, she’s widely recognized for her book, “Brilliant or Blunder: 6 Ways Leaders Navigate Uncertainty, Opportunity, and Complexity.” In the industry, Lippitt’s influential strategies continue to guide leaders through business complexity and change.

Michelle Kruse, M.A.

Michelle Kruse is a recruitment expert and career advisor with over a decade of experience. Starting her career in modelling and acting, she transitioned into recruitment and career coaching. She has been a pivotal figure at ResumeEdge for over 10 years, where she oversees hiring, provides training, manages partnerships, and offers guidance on the job search process.

Trish Freshwater

Trish Freshwater, APR, is an accomplished HR Talent and Project Leader with a rich experience in the field of human resources. Leveraging her accreditation in Public Relations, she has successfully bridged the gap between internal communications and HR, enhancing organizational coherence and productivity.

Amy Klimek

Amy Klimek is an experienced HR recruiter and VP of Human Resources for ZipRecruiter, a company that simplifies the hiring process for small to medium size businesses. Prior to that Amy held similar roles at, eBay and US Interactive.

For Amy, corporate culture isn’t about dogs and free lunches, it’s about empowering employees and creating an enriching environment for people to excel.

Hayley Fisher

Hayley Fisher is a seasoned Fractional Chief People Officer and People Director, specializing in partnering with scaling tech founders, CEOs and their leadership teams. With substantial experience in various HR, People and Culture roles, Hayley thrives in fast-paced, high-growth environments while fostering unique company cultures grounded in authentic values.

Her expertise includes driving employee engagement, organizational design and restructuring, talent attraction and retention, as well as learning, development and succession planning. Hayley is also passionate about developing recognition and reward strategies and mentoring the next generation of People leaders, all while collaborating with ambitious companies that disrupt markets and prioritize having fun while doing it.

Peter C. Diamond

Peter C. Diamond is an award-winning author, certified career coach, and the founder of Diamond Executive Coaching + Leadership Development. Based in Chicago, Peter specializes in providing purposeful, insightful and actionable corporate and individual career coaching. Through one-on-one executive coaching, team coaching and leadership workshops, Peter helps individuals and teams redefine their purpose, enhance their performance, and achieve greater career fulfillment and personal success. He is the author of “Amplify Your Career and Life.”

Sara Leoni

Sara Leoni is a passionate and dedicated leader with a talent for building and leading phenomenal teams that develop innovative solutions with a positive social impact. With nearly a decade of experience in higher education, she has contributed to saving students over half a billion dollars, while providing critical services that improved student persistence and retention rates on campuses. Sara believes that understanding and connecting with the customer is the key to achieving profound impact. She enjoys the challenge of combining deep customer insights with a focused and ambitious team, all working towards achieving big, hairy, audacious goals, and celebrating success along the way.

Paul Freiberger

Paul Freiberger is an expert job search strategist dedicated to helping business leaders and professionals reach their career goals. As an award-winning writer, Paul creates compelling resumes and LinkedIn profiles that generate opportunities, as well as coaching on job search and interview strategies. He works with a diverse clientele, including C-level executives, senior managers, engineers, sales and marketing professionals, and entrepreneurs across various industries. Paul’s clients have achieved success at prestigious companies such as Tesla, McKinsey, Google, Microsoft, and Oracle. His mission is to drive career success by articulating the unique benefits and value of each individual with which he works.

Jacqueline Whitmore

Jacqueline Whitmore, CSP, is an international etiquette expert, certified speaking professional and founder of The Protocol School of Palm Beach, a leading business etiquette and hospitality consulting firm. She is the author of “Business Class: Etiquette Essentials for Success at Work” and “Poised for Success: Mastering the Four Qualities That Distinguish Outstanding Professionals.” As one of the most widely quoted etiquette experts globally, her advice has been featured in publications such as The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and O: The Oprah Magazine. Jacqueline has also made appearances on various national radio and television shows, including ABC’s 20/20, CNN, FOX News, and CNBC.



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WOMEN FOR HIRE ™ is a registered trademark under US No. 2425365, Class 35, namely providing information in the field of employment by means of a global computer network, and organizing and conducting job fairs.