Sara Gregory is a Partner with Recruiting in Motion, specializing in the placement of marketing, sales and operations professionals. She is a highly motivated business leader with 15+ years of leadership experience across multiple industries.
Sara is a keen listener which allows her to gain a deeper understanding of her client’s culture, and to place the highest caliber candidates in the right roles. Her solid cross-industry knowledge and natural ability to understand the nuances of both candidates and clients is a winning formula. Sara approaches challenges with an attitude that is as impressive as it is effective. She has the ability to foster and maintain a positive climate throughout the recruitment process. With a genuine enthusiasm for connecting with others, Sara’s goal is to ascertain and fulfill the needs of those she works with, and evoke a positive and fulfilling outcome in both the short and long term.
Outside of the office, Sara has a passion for urban environmentalism, including the growth of local wildlife and native plants, along with increased bike paths and open shared spaces in the GTA. In addition, she has a strong interest in the evolution of local and worldwide culture – She describes herself as a constant reader and consumer of non-fiction, an avid writer, a researcher of evolving trends, and a world traveler. Sara holds an Honours B.A. in International Relations.
- Sara has lived on four Continents, and dreams of one day running Recruiting in Motion MoBay as she slides comfortably in to retirement while placing brilliant talent in firms throughout the Caribbean
- She comes from a family of Ubernerds and loves being able to provide at least one piece of useful insight on absolutely any topic
- An incredibly social person, Sara becomes almost incapable of functioning when she is left alone – much like the myth of a tree falling in a forest; it is questionable whether or not Sara makes a sound if no one is around to hear it
- Finally, She always wanted to be a Secret Agent, but given her proclivity for socializing it’s probably best that she ended up doing the next closest role – stealthily hunting down masterful talent across the GTA