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Emily Boerckel, SHRM-SCP

Executive Sourcing Lead

Emily is an executive sourcing lead at W Talent Solutions. She identifies and attracts ideal candidates to help our clients fill their most challenging roles. 

Emily has experience working in recruiting and human resources for various industries including media, mining, and furniture manufacturing. Having conducted over 4,000 candidate interviews within eight years working in talent acquisition, she has filled over 170 professional roles across human resources, legal, finance, operations leadership, design, and sales departments.

She completed a two-year program to harness continuous improvement project management and received a continuous improvement certification. Emily is also a Society of Human Resources Management, Sr. Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP), and has completed the Aspiring Leadership Program. She received her bachelor’s degree in business administration with a concentration in human resources from Bradley University in Peoria, IL.

Emily has volunteered with Friendship International, a Christian organization that helps international students at colleges across West Michigan adapt to life in the United States. She has enjoyed being paired with students from Vietnam, Japan, India, China, and Germany over the past four years. 

In her spare time, Emily enjoys learning to make new recipes from all over the world and spending time with her husband and daughter.

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