Meet Our Team

Get to know the people driving your success.

We Are trak group

Mike McCullough

Chief Executive Officer

Jennifer Marsh

Chief Operating Officer

Jeff Yund

Chief Growth Officer

Marty Sizemore

Chief People Officer

Denise Garber

Controller

Lauren Carney

Office Vibe Specialist

Nora Banoun

Business Development Manager/Staffing Team Lead

Brad Mansfield

Business Development Manager

Rachel Blackburn

Senior Development Manager

Kiva Lockett

Senior Account Manager

Taylor Ballinger

Professional Services Team Lead

James Kim

Accounting Team Lead

Bonnie Pauldine

Senior Recruiter

Kim Prather

Recruiter

Nick Gilkey

Healthcare Team Lead

Cody Richard

Business Development Manager

Taylor Kiss

Recruiter

Danielle Lefton

Recruiter

Tori Bryant

Operations Specialist

Colin Connell

Business Development Manager

Kate Tesla

Senior Recruiter

Daphne Morgan

Client Success Manager

Laura Frye

Senior Recruiter

Rachel Spade

Recruiter

Elise Boeddeker

Senior Recruiter

Elizabeth Kuhn

Recruiter

Eric Wright

Recruiter

Sydney Craycraft

Senior Recruiter

Samuel Gurekovich

Recruiter

Reid Jordan

Business Development Manager

Ariel Howell

Recruiter

Grace Rimele

Recruiter

Miranda Basta

Recruiter

Ella Bowling

Learning and Development Specialist

Jeremy Downs

Senior Recruiter

Kristen Collins

Sourcer

Michelle Kohring

Senior Recruiter

James Kim

Accounting Team Lead

What do you love most about your role at trak?

Being an expert in Accounting and Finance in the Greater Cincinnati Market. Living and being a part of the Cincinnati community, my objective is to add value to the community by getting local candidates placed with local communities. I believe that by adding value to my community it has allowed me to grow an extensive network, particularly by placing leaders and decision makers in key roles in Cincinnati. I am adept at knowing what companies can best utilize your skills and where to find specific candidates to fill specific roles. I love matching candidates with the right role, by thoroughly listening to what they have done and where they would live to be from a professional standpoint. I like having a relationship in which I can continue to bring opportunities to working candidates passively and confidentially. There’s nothing like the thrill of a candidate’s enthusiastic “Yes!” to an offer, and an equally pleased hiring manager who just landed a top performer. Perhaps even more satisfying is successfully recruiting a superstar and then seeing them thriving in their new role. Knowing my efforts impact the lives of candidates, as well as my client's bottom line keeps me going every day.

 

 What is the best piece of advice you give to your candidates and/or clients?

Know your worth as a candidate, be intentional on your resume to ensure that it speaks to not only what you’ve done, but how those skills translate into what you want to do in the future. Your resume is not the end-all be-all, it’s a snapshot of your experience and skills. It’s important to be specific about your accomplishments. There is value in including your biggest accomplishment, win, or professional development you achieved at each of your roles.