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Ashley Naroznik

Ashley Naroznik

Human Capital Consultant

TriNet

Human Resources professional and enthusiast with specialties in training, on-boarding, culture and immigration. There's nothing better than working in an environment you absolutely love, and I strive to show people how to achieve that internally and externally. Also slightly obsessed with pugs.

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TriNet

Human Capital Consultant


I am dedicated to solving problems, which brought me to my latest chapter in life. As a Human Capital Consultant, I help companies every single day reach their Human Resource goals and needs, along with some friendly advice for other topics. It's amazing to see how far a company can grow when they have a guiding hand taking care of things behind the scenes. I am excited to finally grow in the HR field exclusively and become an absolute expert.

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Career

Yieldmo, Inc.

People Operations Lead

Diving deeper into the Ad Tech industry, I shifted to mobile ads, specifically saving the world from bad mobile ads. I worked with a world class team in a Google funded start-up and made amazing friends. I focused on training, finance, recruiting and culture. My highlights include launching a successful summer internship program and spearheading a company wide training.

Eyeview, Inc.

People Operations Specialist

My life in startups began here, in a growing and successful Ad Tech company that focused on personal video advertising. I grew a lot here, and began my HR journey in an amazing and fast paced environment. I touched many parts of the organization during my time there, and I couldn't be more proud of the impact I left there as well as Eyeview's impact on my and my career.

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Stony Brook University

Bachelor of Science, Information Systems Engineer


People always ask, how did you end up in HR if you majored in Engineering? First off, it's pretty safe to assume at this point that majors do not determine your life :) Second, I realized through my IT jobs in college that I enjoyed working with people way more than I enjoyed working with the tech. So I made the jump and never looked back. But, my technical background has helped me in numerous ways, including getting my career started in Tech Startups. I can also set up my computer without any help from IT :)

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