In what’s becoming an annual tradition of ours, Clinch is delighted to reveal its 17 Top EB influencers for 2017. This year, we’ve zoned in on people who consistently share relevant and engaging content on employer branding best practices, and or those who excel at promoting their own organisation’s employer brand.
In no particular order, here they are. Enjoy!
1. Ambrosia Vertesi | @
2. Will Staney | @
Former Head of Global Talent Acquisition at Twilio and Glassdoor, Will is now the Founder of Proactive Talent Strategies, LLC, a consulting company focused on Talent Acquisition Strategy, Employer Branding, OnDemand Recruiting, and Training.
Will is an influential voice in the HR and recruiting space and speaks regularly on new media marketing, recruiting, and employer branding. Follow him for quality content relating to all of the above, and more!
— Will Staney (@willstaney) December 16, 2016
3. Monica Jarvis | @MonicaRecruiter
Monica is a University Recruiter at Best Buy. A new addition to the roster of influencers we know and love, her passion for employer branding and recruitment marketing, as well as her effective social promotion of her own organisation as an employer, put her on the Clinch radar.
— Monica Jarvis (@MonicaRecruiter) December 20, 2016
4. Todd Wheatland | @
Todd is Global Head of Strategy at the Content Marketing Agency of the Year, King Content. He is also an author and speaker, specialising in content Marketing, social media, HR, and employer branding. This guy knows good content: apply the info he imparts on Twitter to your recruitment marketing efforts for a stronger, more effective employer brand.
— Link Humans (@LinkHumans) August 26, 2016
5. Allison Kruse | @AllisonAKruse
Allison is Senior Manager, Social Media and Talent Acquisition at Kforce, specialising in employer branding, marketing, and digital strategy. Allison indulges her passion for leveraging social media and digital strategies to optimize talent acquisition and employer branding on a daily basis. Follow her on Twitter for recruiting industry content and conversation, as well as great insights into what it's like to work for Kforce.
— Kforce Inc (@Kforce) December 1, 2016
6. Lars Schmidt | @
— ⚡Lars Schmidt⚡ (@Lars) January 4, 2017
7. Stacy Zapar | @
As well as being the Founder of Tenfold, Stacy is a consultant, trainer, speaker, and industry leader in the areas of employer brand, sourcing, and social recruiting. With client companies including Netflix, Amazon, Booking.com, Virgin America, Best Buy, and many others, Stacy's reputation precedes her.
Follow her on Twitter for stellar curated content on sourcing and employer branding, as well as Stacy's own articles, webinars, and tips.
Thanks, Amy! So happy you liked it. :) https://t.co/i2rgAOFyT9— Stacy Donovan Zapar (@StacyZapar) December 2, 2016
8. Lane Sutton | @
Lane is a marketing and employer brand strategist, speaker, and digital native. Passionate about connecting people with brands through content, strategy, and storytelling, Lane currently handles social media and global talent acquisition marketing for Disney. He also features on RichTopia.com's list of Top 100 Most Powerful Young Entrepreneurs (Under 25) and is certainly one to watch.
— Lane Sutton (@LaneSutton) November 10, 2016
9. Jenny DeVaughn | @JennyDeVaughn
Jenny is Senior Director, Internal Communications at ADP. In her previous role with the company, she led Employer Brand and Marketing, driving strategies for employment branding, digital, mobile and social media that set the company apart as an employer of choice. An authoritative voice on employer branding, social media, marketing, and communication, Jenny has spoken at events including SXSW and LinkedIn Talent Connect, and her comments have featured in The Wall Street Journal, the Atlanta Business Chronicle and on NBC.
Follow Jenny on Twitter for insights and inspiration on branding, social media, marketing, and communication.
— Jenny DeVaughn (@JennyDeVaughn) January 7, 2017
10. Richard Mosley | @
— Richard Mosley (@RIMOSLEY) December 9, 2016
11. Sarah Brennan | @ImSoSarah
Sarah is a recruiting and engagement strategist, HR tech analyst, speaker, and consultant. She knows employer branding, and works with corporate HR teams to build innovative talent acquisition strategies focused on quality of hire and retention through best in class candidate experience & employment branding strategies combined with innovative technology approaches. At the time of writing, Sarah is Principal Consultant, Talent Acquisition at Cornerstone OnDemand.
— Sarah Brennan (@ImSoSarah) September 6, 2016
12. Bryan Chaney | @
Bryan is a talent branding and attraction strategist who loves "helping brands reach the talent that they need to grow, by telling their story better." He has worked at IBM, Twilio and currently leads employment brand for corporate recruitment at Indeed.
Follow Bryan for insights into life at Indeed, as well as more general content on topics including (but not limited to) recruitment marketing and advertising, candidate relationship management and employment branding.
— Bryan Chaney (@bryanchaney) November 30, 2016
13. Audra Knight | @
— Audra Knight (@media2knight) January 5, 2017
14. Craig Fisher | @
Craig Fisher leads employer branding at CA Technologies. His digital branding methods have been adopted as best practices by companies like Linkedin, Zappos, YUM! Brands, Hootsuite, + many more. He's the author of Inbound Recruiting, and a popular keynote speaker at tech, social media, HR / recruiting, and sales conferences worldwide.
Did you know? Craig created the first Twitter chat for recruiters, and partnered in the first Linkedin certified training company in N. America.
— Craig Fisher (@Fishdogs) January 6, 2017
15. Susan LaMotte | @SusanLaMotte
Susan is the Founder and CEO of Exaqueo, a workforce and employer brand consultancy. With more than 20 years' experience in culture, brand, and talent work, Susan and Exaqueo excel at helping companies learn who their employees are and how they think and feel so they can build more effective employer brands and talent strategies.
Follow Susan for access to the types of industry insight and content she also shares with the likes of the Wall Street Journal, Inc., CBS Radio, Forbes, the New York Times, Oprah Radio, The Washington Post and more.
— Susan S. LaMotte (@SusanLaMotte) January 3, 2017
16. Matt Charney | @
— Matt Charney (@mattcharney) January 5, 2017
— Celinda Appleby (@celly_app) January 3, 2017
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