Wednesday, July 10, 2013
Who is Ms. Interview?
6:59 am pdt
Ann attended Cal State Northridge where she got a BA in English Literature.
Realizing that wasn’t probably going to be a real career enhancer, she then went on to Pepperdine University where she
received a MA in Educational Technology.
is originally from Livingston, New Jersey, but moved out to Los Angeles when she was 6 years old.
She has 25 years experience in Human Resources and has worked in oil and gas, manufacturing and non-profit.
She most recently founded Ms. Interview in 2013 and is taking her “education” in the public mental health arena
to create a boutique-staffing agency in a niche industry.
been on the other end of a staffing agency, the first goal in her business plan is to have not only have emotionally intelligent
customer service, but to train the talent in modern mental health standards. So whether they stay with Ms. Interview
for a long time or a short time, they will be growing for the betterment of their professional selves.
Ann is a certified mediator through the L.A. County Bar Association and has served as a mediator
for the EEOC in Los Angeles & New York, spoken at various venues on the topic of employment, serves on the Publications
Committee of AWI (Association of Workforce Investigators) & volunteered at the alternative dispute reconciliation program
at the WJC (Western Justice Center) in Pasadena.
of work, Ann is a mother to 11-year-old twins!
Ms. Interview Corporation is an equal opportunity employer and makes employment
decisions on the basis of merit. Ms. Interview Corporation wants to have the best available person in every
job. We strictly prohibit unlawful discrimination or harassment based on race, color, sex, marital status, age,
national origin or ancestry, religion, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, medical condition, veteran's status,
or any other consideration made unlawful by federal or state laws. This policy applies to all employment practices including,
but not limited to recruitment, hiring, promotion, training, salaries, benefits, discipline, termination, working conditions,