Becky Parson

Becky Parson

Director, Early Talent, Randstad Sourceright

Becky Parson is the Director, Early Careers for Randstad Sourceright North America, where she leads strategy across RPO & MSP programs, ensuring clients' success through her guidance for attracting emerging talent.

With an impressive 25-year track record in talent attraction with companies such as AT&T, enVista and Spherion, Becky has implemented strategies to help these companies attract diverse talent into their respective early careers programs.

At AT&T, she designed innovative college solutions in a high volume environment where she led comprehensive campus strategies, developed innovative programs to overcome recruitment challenges and drove AT&T’s campus brand to new heights at core schools. Becky spearheaded the development and launch of AT&T’s 5G course taught on campus along with the on-campus sales lab partnership.

While at enVista, Becky's developed their first college recruiting strategy, driving change management and ultimately achieving a 100% intern conversion rate, along with 40% growth in the early careers program. Her efforts led to professional accolades and the establishment of strong partnerships with top universities and elevated brand awareness aligned with strategic initiatives.

In her present role, Becky draws upon her extensive experience to assist clients in attracting diverse emerging talent, nurturing dynamic early careers programs primed for sustained success. Through her practical guidance and astute industry insights, Becky actively influences the evolving realm of talent acquisition and development.

1:15 PM (PDT) - 2:00 PM (PDT)
Poker Stage

Evolving On-Campus Recruiting Strategies to Align with the Business

Join us for an engaging panel discussion focused on the dynamic landscape of campus recruitment practices and their synchronization with the evolving needs of companies. This session explores innovative approaches, emerging trends, and effective strategies for schools and companies to collaborate in preparing students for the workforce. Topics will include leveraging technology, adapting to remote work environments, fostering diversity and inclusion, and cultivating talent pipelines that align with organizational goals. Panelists will share insights, best practices, and practical solutions to bridge the gap between academia and industry, ultimately enhancing the recruitment experience for both students and employers.