The RightThing Adds Industry Expert to Team

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<p><strong>Findlay, Ohio &mdash; Aug. 13 </strong><br />The RightThing Inc., an end-to-end recruitment process outsourcing (RPO) provider, has added one of the industry&rsquo;s most respected innovators to its staff.<br /><br />Tracey Friend, who started at The RightThing in late July, most recently was senior vice president of talent acquisition with Countrywide Financial. </p><p>Her goals in her new position are to continue to enhance The RightThing&rsquo;s global RPO footprint and its strategic and technology platforms. </p><p>Friend will call on her robust background in sourcing, vendor management, recruitment technology, employment marketing, process optimization and product development to benefit The RightThing&rsquo;s current and future client base.<br /><br />Her career has spanned in multiple industries to include corporate, HR outsourcing, recruitment research/training and recruitment technology. </p><p>Before Countrywide, she was a global product manager with ExcellerateHRO, the senior manager of sourcing at Microsoft and the founder of Claybrooke and Associates, an Internet recruitment research and training firm.<br /><br />&ldquo;The credibility and success of our industry is due in part to the efforts of individuals like Tracey,&rdquo; said Terry Terhark, The RightThing president. &ldquo;Our clients are fortunate that she&rsquo;s now putting her talent and experience to work for them.&rdquo;<br /><br />Friend is considered a pioneer in candidate sourcing and is a member and speaker with the Secret Society of Sourcers.&nbsp; </p><p>She also is on the advisory board of Staffing.org and the J.C.C. in Dallas, Texas. </p><p>Tracey is a University of Florida alumna and lives with her family in Frisco, Texas. </p>

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