This month, we are putting the spotlight on Ryan Seelhoff. Needless to say, he’ll have his hands full come July when he and his wife welcome baby #1. When he’s not at work you’ll find him hunting, snowmobiling or hanging out with his family… oh yea, and trying to be the best uncle around! Ryan is coming up on his 2 year Conexiversary, and has consistently met or exceeded expectations… everyone is happy to have him as part of the Conexess Family 🙂 Get to know him by reading his Q&A below, then send him a message here:
- Best thing about living/working in Detroit – Best thing about living near Detroit is being so close to any sporting events. I’m a huge Michigan fan, so being able to be to Ann Arbor in 15 minutes is awesome for any football or basketball game. Plus, I came from the East Lansing area, so I am a little closer to my Maize n’ Blue country.
- Favorite part of being a recruiter– The competitiveness of the industry. There are so many recruiters out there selling the same positions, but you’ve got to find a different twist. Also, being able to network with many different interesting professionals.
- Nicknames – I have had a few nicknames in the past. Growing up everybody called me “Seel” and then in college I picked up “Seacrest” on the soccer team.
- What is one of your resolutions for 2015? – Biggest Resolution/Challenge for 2015 is buying a house before the baby arrives. My wife and I have a little one on the way in July, so the clock is ticking.
- Little known fact about you – I used to compete in archery competitions when I was younger, but I have never actually bow hunted before.
- Best place to eat in Detroit – I wouldn’t say I have a favorite place to eat in Detroit, but I’ve recently been to a place off the strip called Johnny Noodles – it’s a Ramen restaurant and it’s mysteriously delicious…
- What do you listen to on your way to work in the morning? I am an avid listener of country music, so I always have XM radio tuned to the country stations. Favorite artist/go-to karaoke song is Garth Brooks-Friends in Low Places.