Profiles Washington Onboards New Branch Manager, David Greenlaw

Profiles is happy to announce its newest member to the team; David Greenlaw joins the company as the Washington, DC Branch Manager. With nine years of experience in sales, recruiting, and HR, David will spearhead the growth of the branch office to accommodate the demand for marketing and creative technology staffing services. David started his career in telecom sales for Verizon, selling door-to-door. Once realizing the satisfaction he received from building relationships, he shift his career direction to recruitment and has never looked back.

Why David Joined Profiles

More and more organizations are utilizing IT and creative staffing services. David sees the potential for growth in the Washington, DC market and is excited to be a part of a team who can achieve great things among this demand. David also shares “the people” are what make it all worthwhile. He enjoys working as a team to ensure clients receive the best talent possible (and having fun while doing so).

Favorite Part of the Marketing & Creative Recruitment Industry

David explains the recruitment industry as “no day or situation is ever the same.” David enjoys the opportunity to grow and learn within this industry, and “frankly,” it keeps him on his toes!

Background and Contributing Strengths

David brings an agile, dynamic approach to his position, explaining priorities for the day can change in an instant. He really dives into the conversation with his clients and candidates, lending an open ear. “If you don’t keep up, you can lose out!”

Originally from Rochester, NY, David has resided in the Washington DC area since graduating college. David earned degrees in Business and Psychology. This lover of dogs has an energetic pit bull terrier named Nina. David also loves to travel and experience other cultures. To date, he’s ventured to 38 of 50 states, South America, Europe, and also parts of Asia, leaving Australia and Africa left to visit to say he’s hit all the continents.

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