01 Our Team


Stephanie Cramer

Vice President, Talent Acquisition Management

“Building successful teams poised to do big things is endlessly rewarding.”

My job is to build tomorrow’s team. This is accomplished through developing HR strategy that directly correlates to MGAC’s growth trajectory. Tactically, it’s about sourcing the very best talent for our growing organization and to work on career development for existing employees. The job is both an art and a science and, for me, building successful teams poised to do big things is endlessly rewarding. Because what we do is tangible, I’m able to see the real impact of each individual on our team as we push new boundaries and set new standards in the industry.

I aim to listen more than I talk and believe that staffing is much more than matching resumes with a job description. Our work is uniquely team-based and there’s so much that goes into being a strong team player. I enjoy getting to know candidates to uncover those qualities and translatable experiences that aren’t always on a resume.

My own life experience has brought me from a small farm in Missouri to living and working in Capitol Hill for the past 15 years. I’ve spent the last 5 years focused on talent acquisition strategy for different industries. I’ve been on both sides of the desk and have worked on teams large and small. These environments have expanded my own understanding and appreciation of the holistic nature of what I am fortunate to do. When I’m not working, I can be found spending time with my husband and two children exploring DC and seeking out nature escapes.

ORGANIZATIONS:

  • Project Management Institute; Society of Human Resource Management

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