Staffing Raleigh companies with the dependable refugee workforce
Located in Raleigh-Durham, NC
Tucker Stevens, Managing Director
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Tucker grew up in North Carolina where he attended The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. After studying business, entrepreneurship, and sustainability, he worked in sales, marketing, and business plan creation. He later pursued post-baccalaureate research, which resulted in a thesis on Philanthropic Efficacy and spurred his engagement in social impact.
He then helped launch Durham’s ReCity Network, a co-working space designed to connect and provide backbone support and maximize collective impact between congregations, non-profits, and mission oriented businesses. After two years as Director of Operations, Tucker joined the Amplio team as Managing Director of Raleigh-Durham.
Tucker is the descendent of two families with very different American Dream experiences. On one side, his grandparents immigrated to America – fleeing persecution in World War II. On the other, his great-grandparents were born in poverty and worked their way up to become employers in their own community. Based on this history, Tucker has a heart for people, and a desire to contribute to the growth of opportunity and flourishing for all people groups.
E-mail Tucker today to learn more about hiring refugees at your Raleigh-Durham company.
Sophie Stoddard, Account Associate
Sophie is a North Carolina native who’s been involved with the refugee community since 2007, when her family was connected with refugee families who had recently arrived in Raleigh from Burma and Thailand. These relationships were some of Sophie’s earliest cross-cultural friendships, and she was hooked! It was through these early years of walking with these families that Sophie’s eyes were opened to the global injustices related to the refugee crisis, and the seed of desire to align her life and work with these causes was planted.
Sophie’s passion is to see people sustainably empowered to pursue restoration and growth led her North Carolina State University, where she’s finishing up a degree in Business Administration, concentrating in Entrepreneurship, and minoring in Nonprofit Studies and Middle Eastern studies. Her involvement there involves studying Arabic, working with entrepreneurial incubators and start-up clients, and leading with organizations like NC State’s chapter of International Justice Mission, whose aim is to eradicate global slavery.
Sophie’s experience includes assisting with refugee community development programs, social impact consulting, entrepreneurial consulting, visitor relations, and administration.
Connected with Amplio Recruiting while looking for opportunities to gain exposure in social-impact work, Sophie joins Tucker Stevens at the North Carolina office assisting with marketing and recruiting. She’s excited to be joining the Amplio team in their work to assist individuals in utilizing skills, providing for themselves and their families, and growing their networks through connections with our amazing North Carolina companies.
Services and Benefits
- Our temporary and permanent staffing solutions are perfect for your construction, manufacturing or hospitality business needs.
- We provide workers comp and payroll services and send you one easy weekly invoice.
- Every applicant is pre-screened via a background check, e-verify, and a drug test. (Learn why tests drug tests are almost always a non-issue with our workforce here.)
- We guarantee superior customer service and communication.
- Amplio is the only Raleigh staffing company introducing you to the labor pool that will increase efficiency and save you money— the dependable refugee workforce.
Have you tried other Raleigh recruiters, only to remain stuck in a labor shortage rut? Connect with us today to learn about our manufacturing staffing, construction staffing and hospitality staffing services.
Give us a call to make Amplio Recruiting your number one labor shortage solution today.
Raleigh’s Refugee Community
The Triangle is the area of North Carolina anchored by Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill. These university cities comprise a diverse and dynamic community that is attracting both young professionals and refugees alike.
In fiscal 2016, North Carolina was one of the ten states that resettled more than half of refugees arriving in the United States. Many of the 3,342 North Carolina took in landed in popular Triangle area.
Affordable housing and growing job opportunities are definite attractors, but it is most likely the area’s receptiveness that is the icing on the cake.