Elijah is a Recruiter with Atlas Staffing. She is responsible for helping talented people find positions they thrive in with Atlas Staffing’s clients. Driven to always be better, Elijah enjoys the team culture at Atlas Staffing and the opportunity for growth.
Focused on providing top notch service to her candidates and clients, Elijah is always accessible, even after hours and on weekends. With a genuine and honest approach, she tries to be an example for others, motivating them and building them up. Elijah hopes to help Atlas Staffing grow by building relationships with clients and candidates and encouraging them to refer family and friends who could also benefit from working with Atlas Staffing.
Raised in California, Elijah worked as a server for many years while going to college. She studied nursing but eventually realized her heart couldn’t handle losing patients, so she made a career change. She then worked as a broker before the COVID-19 pandemic upended the financial industry. When her husband joined the military and was stationed in Boise, Elijah found Atlas Staffing and the rest is history. She loves her job and looks forward to building her career in staffing and recruiting.
Get To Know Elijah
When you were 5 years old, what did you want to be when you grew up?
I wanted to be a doctor, then I realized how much school it required!
What was your first job?
A server at a restaurant. Those tips were awesome!
What’s your favorite piece of technology of all time?
Nintendo 64! So many fun memories with my brothers growing up.
What’s your favorite quote?
“I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.” – Philippians 4:13
What’s your spirit animal and why?
My spirit animal is a lion, which represents courage and strength in overcoming difficulties! Lions are the kings of the jungle.
What was your first car?
A brand–new, black Honda Civic two-door! I paid it off all on my own and gifted it to my mom when I got my Audi.
What’s a fun fact nobody would’ve guessed about you?
I was a boxer for five years starting when I was 16 years old. It taught me hard work, discipline, and mental toughness.