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Regina Angeles

Recruiting Consultant

TALENT2050

Direct Phone: (917) ***-****       

Email: r***@***.com

TALENT2050

16 West 23rd Street 4th Floor

New York, New York 10010

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

Recruitment Director North America

Essence Digital Limited

Adjunct Professor, School of International and Public Affairs

Columbia University

Recruiter

The Cheyenne Group

Senior Partner, Director, Talent Acquisition North America

MindShare

Managing Director

Sunny Bates Associates

Client Manager

TMP Worldwide Inc.

Contract Recruiter

Interbrand Corporation

Recruiting Coordinator

The Bear Stearns Companies Inc.

Partner

Baker & McKenzie LLP

Affiliations

Board Member
Salt Theater Company

ADVISORY BOARD Member
Barnard Business and Professional Women

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Education

B.A.
Economics
Barnard College

MBA

NYU Stern

Web References (44 Total References)


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Regina Angeles

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census, year 2050 was when minorities would become the majority," says Regina Angeles, CEO of Talent2050, noting that the latest census has pushed that date up a decade. "I started monitoring 2050 and learned that's also a milestone year for workforce trends around the world," she says. A veteran recruiter, Angeles partners with global organizations and provides recruiting and employee engagement solutions. She specializes in securing multicultural talent and identifying workplace trends. Angeles has 10-plus years of experience in executive search and recruiting. She works with startups, established companies in digital and interactive media,
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I'm a bit radical," says Angeles.
Social media is something that she has found to work for recruitment. It's a gold mine for savvy recruiters, says Angeles. She urges companies to maximize recruitment of diverse talent through the social media platform. Companies are clawing for top talent and an investment in recruiting through social media is essential in a competitive environment. "Everyone wants the same skill sets. Google and Facebook are great because they have good names, but there are other companies that are smaller and may be great for top talent," says Angeles.
Companies need to think about "employee branding," she says. "They have to view potential employees as a potential community even when they don't have actual jobs to fill. Angeles adds, "Companies must connect their brand with service. Wouldn't it be grand if the people who used your brand were potential talent for your company?"
Social media has transformed the job search process. Linkedin, Facebook, Twitter, and other sites are great ways for candidates to brand themselves and a great outreach mechanism for recruiters. But the arena is not fully utilized by employers who crave qualified talent. Angeles uses social media as a primary tool to recruit diverse talent and says that companies are looking to the social arena to create a new dimension to their human resources departments.
Just as she guides and helps clients to use social media as a tool to find talent Angeles charges professionals seeking employment to safeguard their online image to be an attractive job candidate. "Everyone should be thinking about their professional relationship management online," says Angeles who also teaches a course to professionals on the subject.


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Regina Angeles

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census, year 2050 was when minorities would become the majority," says Regina Angeles, CEO of Talent2050, noting that the latest census has pushed that date up a decade. "I started monitoring 2050 and learned that's also a milestone year for workforce trends around the world," she says. A veteran recruiter, Angeles partners with global organizations and provides recruiting and employee engagement solutions. She specializes in securing multicultural talent and identifying workplace trends. Angeles has 10-plus years of experience in executive search and recruiting. She works with startups, established companies in digital and interactive media,
...
I'm a bit radical," says Angeles.
Social media is something that she has found to work for recruitment. It's a gold mine for savvy recruiters, says Angeles. She urges companies to maximize recruitment of diverse talent through the social media platform. Companies are clawing for top talent and an investment in recruiting through social media is essential in a competitive environment. "Everyone wants the same skill sets. Google and Facebook are great because they have good names, but there are other companies that are smaller and may be great for top talent," says Angeles.
Companies need to think about "employee branding," she says. "They have to view potential employees as a potential community even when they don't have actual jobs to fill. Angeles adds, "Companies must connect their brand with service. Wouldn't it be grand if the people who used your brand were potential talent for your company?"
Social media has transformed the job search process. Linkedin, Facebook, Twitter, and other sites are great ways for candidates to brand themselves and a great outreach mechanism for recruiters. But the arena is not fully utilized by employers who crave qualified talent. Angeles uses social media as a primary tool to recruit diverse talent and says that companies are looking to the social arena to create a new dimension to their human resources departments.
Just as she guides and helps clients to use social media as a tool to find talent Angeles charges professionals seeking employment to safeguard their online image to be an attractive job candidate. "Everyone should be thinking about their professional relationship management online," says Angeles who also teaches a course to professionals on the subject.


Regina ...

www.nvmagazine.com [cached]

Regina Angeles

...
census, year 2050 was when minorities would become the majority," says Regina Angeles, CEO of Talent2050, noting that the latest census has pushed that date up a decade. "I started monitoring 2050 and learned that's also a milestone year for workforce trends around the world," she says. A veteran recruiter, Angeles partners with global organizations and provides recruiting and employee engagement solutions. She specializes in securing multicultural talent and identifying workplace trends. Angeles has 10-plus years of experience in executive search and recruiting. She works with startups, established companies in digital and interactive media,
...
I'm a bit radical," says Angeles.
Social media is something that she has found to work for recruitment. It's a gold mine for savvy recruiters, says Angeles. She urges companies to maximize recruitment of diverse talent through the social media platform. Companies are clawing for top talent and an investment in recruiting through social media is essential in a competitive environment. "Everyone wants the same skill sets. Google and Facebook are great because they have good names, but there are other companies that are smaller and may be great for top talent," says Angeles.
Companies need to think about "employee branding," she says. "They have to view potential employees as a potential community even when they don't have actual jobs to fill. Angeles adds, "Companies must connect their brand with service. Wouldn't it be grand if the people who used your brand were potential talent for your company?"
Social media has transformed the job search process. Linkedin, Facebook, Twitter, and other sites are great ways for candidates to brand themselves and a great outreach mechanism for recruiters. But the arena is not fully utilized by employers who crave qualified talent. Angeles uses social media as a primary tool to recruit diverse talent and says that companies are looking to the social arena to create a new dimension to their human resources departments.
Just as she guides and helps clients to use social media as a tool to find talent Angeles charges professionals seeking employment to safeguard their online image to be an attractive job candidate. "Everyone should be thinking about their professional relationship management online," says Angeles who also teaches a course to professionals on the subject.


Regina ...

www.nvmagazine.com [cached]

Regina Angeles

...
census, year 2050 was when minorities would become the majority," says Regina Angeles, CEO of Talent2050, noting that the latest census has pushed that date up a decade. "I started monitoring 2050 and learned that's also a milestone year for workforce trends around the world," she says. A veteran recruiter, Angeles partners with global organizations and provides recruiting and employee engagement solutions. She specializes in securing multicultural talent and identifying workplace trends. Angeles has 10-plus years of experience in executive search and recruiting. She works with startups, established companies in digital and interactive media,
...
I'm a bit radical," says Angeles.
Social media is something that she has found to work for recruitment. It's a gold mine for savvy recruiters, says Angeles. She urges companies to maximize recruitment of diverse talent through the social media platform. Companies are clawing for top talent and an investment in recruiting through social media is essential in a competitive environment. "Everyone wants the same skill sets. Google and Facebook are great because they have good names, but there are other companies that are smaller and may be great for top talent," says Angeles.
Companies need to think about "employee branding," she says. "They have to view potential employees as a potential community even when they don't have actual jobs to fill. Angeles adds, "Companies must connect their brand with service. Wouldn't it be grand if the people who used your brand were potential talent for your company?"
Social media has transformed the job search process. Linkedin, Facebook, Twitter, and other sites are great ways for candidates to brand themselves and a great outreach mechanism for recruiters. But the arena is not fully utilized by employers who crave qualified talent. Angeles uses social media as a primary tool to recruit diverse talent and says that companies are looking to the social arena to create a new dimension to their human resources departments.
Just as she guides and helps clients to use social media as a tool to find talent Angeles charges professionals seeking employment to safeguard their online image to be an attractive job candidate. "Everyone should be thinking about their professional relationship management online," says Angeles who also teaches a course to professionals on the subject.


census, year 2050 was when minorities ...

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census, year 2050 was when minorities would become the majority," says Regina Angeles, CEO of Talent2050, noting that the latest census has pushed that date up a decade. "I started monitoring 2050 and learned that's also a milestone year for workforce trends around the world," she says. A veteran recruiter, Angeles partners with global organizations and provides recruiting and employee engagement solutions. She specializes in securing multicultural talent and identifying workplace trends. Angeles has 10-plus years of experience in executive search and recruiting. She works with startups, established companies in digital and interactive media,

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