Who is 180one?
As former leaders of a national recruiting firm and customers of recruiting services (that’s right, we’ve used recruiting firms, too), we know where traditional recruiting firms succeed and where they fail.
So in 2007 we set out to create a firm that provides value for our clients where they need it most – for hiring critical, senior-level management positions.
We built a team of experienced, hard-working professionals who truly enjoy getting to know our clients, their business and the candidates who are going to make an impact.
My journey to 180one: CPA in a Big 6 (5,4) firm, then led 5 offices of a national recruiting firm
Alma mater: Villanova University – Let’s Go NOVA!
Favorite aspect of my job at 180one: The opportunity to constantly learn based on the variety of our clients and the breadth of positions we work on
Where is your favorite place to visit? Northern Italy to say “Ciao” to rest of the Togni family
First job: Haunted House Spook at The Enchanted Forest
What is your kryptonite? Gluten and an El Niño winter
My journey to 180one: Research analyst in the financial services industry, then division director at a national recruiting firm
Alma mater: Pacific Lutheran University – Go LUTES!
Favorite aspect of my job at 180one: Continual learning – We are fortunate to be able to learn about companies, positions and people every day.
First job: Paper route when I was 11
If you had 30 minutes of free time, how would you spend it? Have a dance party with my kids
Where is your favorite place to visit? San Diego - great food, beaches and weather, and it's an easy flight with two kids!
Journey to 180one: Staff Accountant at local CPA firm, manager at a global recruiting firm, then corporate recruiter for a financial services company
Alma mater: Oregon State University - Go Beavs!
Favorite aspect of my job at 180one: Introducing people to companies across all industries, sizes and cultures in the Portland area
First job: Picking marionberries for the summer at a friend's farm at age 15
Where is your favorite place to visit? Mt. Hood - when there is snow!
If you weren't at your desk at 180one right now, where would you be? Either doing yoga or at the dog park with my puppy
My journey to 180one: Spent 7 years working in the nonprofit arts community in Kansas City before relocating to Portland and joining the 180one team
Alma mater: University of Kansas – Rock Chalk!
Favorite aspect of my job at 180one: Learning and exploring – Every day I learn something new about an industry, a job function, an educational background or a skill set as I get to know Oregon’s great companies and the people who work for them.
Dream job: I’d be Robert Osborne, film historian/critic and host of Turner Classic Movies.
What job would you least want to have? Accountant (Sorry, Greg)
If you weren’t at your desk at 180one right now, where would you be? On a road trip, heading north to Alaska