Krystal is W Talent Solutions’ executive talent specialist. In this role, Krystal is responsible for identifying candidates that meet and exceed our client’s needs and expectations.
Before joining W Talent Solutions, Krystal worked in non-profit and talent development roles ranging from operations management to human resources and workforce development. She has served in the Michigan Army National Guard for the past eleven years, first as an engineer and now as a chaplain assistant.
Krystal received her bachelor’s degree in studio art with a focus in graphic design from Grand Valley State University.
An avid volunteer, Krystal has enjoyed eight years of participating in and leading clubs through Toastmasters International. Having adopted a son, she is passionate about advocating for adoption and is involved in several local adoption support groups. She also is a heavy supporter of children in Africa through World Vision, a passion that began through her husband’s time serving on a medical ship in West Africa.
Previously, Krystal served as a full-time volunteer with a local non-profit through AmeriCorps and was a pageant participant in Miss Michigan and Miss America’s scholarship programs.
Krystal is dedicated to her work and community involvement, finding her motivation through reading, hiking, and spending time with her family, which includes her husband, son, and one fluffy, 110-pound dog. Krystal recently purchased a Peloton and is enjoying her newly found love for indoor cycling classes from home.
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