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Linda Ranostaj

Operations Chair

Linda Ranostaj started her career as a recruiter for a small independent IT staffing firm in Houston, Texas in 2000. She had the opportunity to wear multiple hats while learning and understanding all the facets of Information Technology Staffing from the ground floor up. During 2001 - 2004, she led the recruiting team as top producer placing hundreds of candidates while working directly with high profile fortune 500 companies including Exxon Mobil, Duke Energy, Waste Management, ChevronTexaco and Enterprise Products. Linda joined Whitaker IT in early 2005. With her high energy and dedication, she began working with many new clients while restoring many former clients. As a Top Producer in 2006, 2007, 2010 and 2012 she is committed to valuing people, listening closely, communicating effectively, and working hand-in-hand with clients and candidates, while building long term relationships based on trust, integrity and excellent service. Linda received her CTS (Certified Temporary Staffing Specialist) certification in April 2007 Linda enjoys meeting new people and networking, she is involved in the following technical organizations: Women In Technology International (WITI) - Board Member 2013 and 2014 and Sponsor Association of Women in Computing - Board Member 2005-2009 & 2012-2013 Women in Energy Network (WEN) - Committee Member 2011 Houston Oracle User Group (HOUG) - Board Member 2010 and Sponsor .Net Users Group (HDNUG) - Sponsor Agile Leadership Network - 2013 and 2014 Leadership Committee and Sponsor Houston Java User's Group (HJUG) - Sponsor

Elizabeth Kim

Elizabeth Kim is a Client Manager at Clearpoint. She is a strategic partner to organizations in Houston offering IT consulting and expertise to clients looking to use technology to improve their business efficiency and profitability. Clearpoint's services bring together all the ways to use the world's best technology and deliver the outcomes needed to accelerate business. She has placed hundreds of employees and temporary resources throughout the United States. Ms. Kim is passionate about helping and supporting woman progress in technology and business. Elizabeth is also working towards the future where more girls and women consider a career in information technology.