MedBest Welcomes Amy Stewart as Senior Researcher
MedBest is pleased to announce that Amy Stewart has joined us as a Senior Researcher.
In her new role, Amy is responsible for adding new clients and candidates to the database as well as sourcing and screening new candidates in order to match clients’ talent needs. With her psychology background, she has logged in many hours of research and is accustomed to leaving no stone unturned. Also, her knowledge of the brain and insight on why people behave in a certain manner will only enhance her role as a researcher.
Amy brings strong interpersonal skills, a positive attitude, attention to detail, and a competitive drive. She is a team player and works with everyone’s interest in mind. Her career experiences have taught her patience and understanding and if things don’t work out the first time, she will not give up.
Prior to joining MedBest, Amy worked with children with varying disabilities, in a variety of settings. At MedBest, she has the opportunity to work with clients who are serving a whole new age bracket, the senior market.
According to Julie Rupenski, President and Founder of MedBest, “Amy is a tremendous asset to our team. She is hard working and brings a wealth of research knowledge and experience. She never backs away from a challenge and just goes for it! When it comes to our clients and candidates, Amy always strives for that perfect match and the best possible outcome. She is a high-performer and has quite a future here at MedBest.”
Amy earned two degrees from Arcadia University in Philadelphia, PA: A Bachelors in Psychology 2010 with a concentration in Social Sciences and a Master’s in Education 2012 with concentration in Special Education.
Amy Stewart can be reached at email@example.com / 727-316-6705.
MedBest is a nationwide senior living executive recruiting firm that was established in 2001.
We specialize in recruiting quality executive talent for all types of senior living facilities across the US including Assisted Living, Continuing Care Retirement Communities, Independent Living, Memory Care, and Skilled Nursing Homes.