Kristen's dedication to fitness is an inspiration to our community of moms who love to kickass and get fit for good
Santa Monica, CA (PRWEB) December 11, 2014
People use Recruiting for Good to help fund Kristen Hetzel’s pursuit of the Duathlon World Championship. People participate by making referrals that enable socially progressive staffing solution Recruiting for Good to make placements and generate proceeds to fund training, travel, and competition costs.
“People who want to help sponsor Kristen Hetzel’s championship run, simply introduce executives at companies to enable us to use recruiting for good, and generate proceeds by making placements. We share a portion of placements to pay and sponsor Kristen’s airfare, competition fees, and training so that she concentrates solely on her fitness, training, and competition.” says Recruiting for Good founder, Carlos Cymerman.
People can use their social connections to make a difference, enabling Recruiting for Good’s goal to raise $50,000 and empower one athlete’s pursuit and passion for good.
Recruiting for Good, has been connecting talented technical professionals since 1998 and is supported by a group of IT recruiters with 50 years of collective experience. Recruiting for Good is; dedicated to using our talent to help moms enjoy, fund, and gift life experience. The team has worked with major corporations such as JD Powers Associates, Wells Fargo, Aramark, Disney and Fox. For 2015, Recruiting for Good is sponsoring Kickass for Good, a high purpose fitness competition for moms. And launching a kickass fitness, spa, and wellness solution to support and take care of moms for good.
Kristen Hetzel is a Duathlete/Triathlete. The Duathlon is an event in which she runs 10 kilometers, bikes 40 kilometers, and runs another 5 kilometers. She is on Team USA for the Duathlon and in the top ten in the World in her age group. Her goal is to be the 2015 ITU Duathlon World Champion. Kristen is a role model in the community. Someone people can relate to and are inspired by. She is connected to people’s beliefs to pursue “Big Dreams.” http://www.KristenHetzel.com