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10 Content-Creating Recruiters You Need to Follow

By May 23, 2022May 26th, 2022No Comments


On The Final Round Podcast, we’ve interviewed over 25 recruiters, some of whom are also content creators. They share career/recruiting-related content aimed towards helping YOU land your dream job and ADVANCE your career.

If you have listened to The Final Round Podcast and enjoyed hearing from the recruiters on the show, you should DEFINITELY follow these 10 content-creating recruiters to gain more wonderful career insight and opportunities.

Make sure to check out each recruiter’s FEATURED post!

1. Farah Sharghi

Farah Sharghi, Senior Manager of Talent Acquisition at the New York Times, has been featured on our podcast twice (episodes 5 and 21) and has previously worked for Google, Lyft, Uber, and TikTok. She has almost 6 years of recruiting experience and creates career/recruiting content on TikTok, where she has over 42,000 followers.



2. Niki Woodall

Niki Woodall has worked as a Recruiter at Meta (formerly Facebook) for almost five years and has over 10 years of total recruiting experience. She has also been a Mindset and Career Coach for over 7 years where she has helped tons of job seekers make their job search seamless. On top of all this, Niki creates content on LinkedIn aimed at helping job-seekers and professionals strengthen their mindsets. 



3. Elizabeth Morgan

Not only does Elizabeth Morgan currently work in Content Strategy, Design, and Strategic Recruiting at Amazon (ex-Google Recruiter), but she also runs an Etsy shop, where she sells handmade earrings. She creates career and personal branding content on LinkedIn and has over 88,000 followers. Trust us, her profile is one of the most fun, joyful, and colorful profiles on the platform.



4. Madeline Mann

Madeline Mann is an HR and recruiting leader who has built an audience of over half a million people and is known for her award-winning job search YouTube channel, Self Made Millennial. Her career content has led to thousands of success stories and her work has been featured in Forbes, Bloomberg, Harvard Business Review, New York Times, and more.



5. Son Nguyen

Son Nguyen has worked in college admissions and talent acquisition for almost 20 years and is currently a Talent Acquisition Director at Nike. Prior to joining Nike, Son worked at LinkedIn, where he was responsible for hiring and coaching entry-level talent for over 300 business and technical roles around the world.



6. Chris Garinger

Chris Garinger is the #1 recommended Recruiter on LinkedIn with over 330 recommendations and almost 40,000 LinkedIn followers. Chris has recruited for many leading companies, including Apple Tesla, Salesforce, and Binti to name a few, and he is now the Head of Recruiting at



7. Sarena Tseng

Sarena Tseng is currently a University and Early Career Talent Acquisition Partner at iCIMS. On top of her day job as a recruiter, she is a LinkedIn speaker and coach for young professionals, as well as a LinkedIn content creator with over 26,000 followers.



8. Nicole Fernandez-Valle

Nicole Fernandez-Valle is a Technical Sourcer at Meta and previously worked in talent acquisition at Wix and Royal Caribbean. During her time in recruiting, Nicole has placed hundreds of students into top jobs.



9. Marie Ablaza

Marie Ablaza has been called a “Fairy Job Mother,” and is currently a Talent Recruiter at Netflix Games Studio. She was previously a recruiter at Ubisoft, Lucasfilm, and Dolby Laboratories and was recognized for the 2021 San Francisco Top Recruiter of the Year Award. Marie also has a blog, called “The Fairy and the Force,” where she shares even more networking and career tips.



10. Daniel Botero

Daniel Botero is a former lead campus recruiter for Pepsi, one of the world’s largest consumer packaged goods companies. He is currently the founder of Mastering College to Career, a best-selling author, international keynote speaker, and a top-rated podcaster. 



So if you haven’t already followed these 10 recruiters, I recommend doing so quickly because you don’t want to miss out on any of the insightful career/recruiting advice that these content creators share!

Check out The Final Round Podcast to hear more tips and advice from these content-creating recruiters!