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Amy Lambdin is the Recruiting and Staffing Manager with Clark Schaefer Hackett.  Working from Cincinnati, she manages firmwide recruiting, campus recruiting, the firm internship program, and summer leadership program. She is a results driven individual that understands the importance of attracting and retaining the finest talent for the firm.

Amy is a resourceful and driven Human Resources and Recruitment professional with 20 years of experience in recruiting, on-boarding, and learning & development. She has dedicated herself to establishing strong relationships and rapport within the accounting and banking industries from coast to coast.  Amy is a future focused and enthusiastic leader determined to help others find success.

Certifications & Licensure

Society for Human Resource Management – Senior Certified Professional Certified Predictive Index Analyst

Professional Affiliations

Society for Human Resource Management Greater Cincinnati Human Resource Association Northern Kentucky Employer Advisory Council

Education

BA, Communications, Northern Kentucky University

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