Carrie Charles, CEO of Broadstaff, a technology and telecom staffing firm, has been recognized as the Tampa Bay Business Journal’s 2019 Businesswoman of the Year. Charles leverages a diversified background with more than two decades of experience helping individuals grow both personally and professionally and assisting large organizations as they attract, retain and develop high-quality employees.
Throughout her career, Charles has served as an entrepreneurial thought-leader; a master certified life, business and career coach; a professional speaker and author; a telecommunications specialist for the U.S. Marine Corps and a partner to numerous organizations. Under her guidance, Broadstaff has evolved and expanded to become a preeminent leader in wireless and telecommunications staffing.
“Within many industries, diversity and inclusion is not often at the forefront, which is why I am especially thrilled to be recognized as part of a group of outstanding women who are all making great strides and gaining eminence in their respective roles,” Charles said. “Broadstaff has been experiencing tremendous growth in the past year, and I look forward to continuing to expand and help more clients find the exact talent they need even as requirements grow and change. I extend my sincerest congratulations to all 2019 honorees.”
Broadstaff is dedicated to meeting the expanding and evolving hiring demands of the technology companies that are building the infrastructure to support applications such as 5G, the internet of things and automation and artificial intelligence. Broadstaff leverages a pipeline of more than 20,000 qualified technology and telecommunications candidates nationwide and an industry-trained recruiting team to offer contract, contract-to-hire and direct-hire services.