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Diana Petrik has an extensive professional background in recruitment and management. She was a team leader for Google, working in its Maps division. As a group leader, she routinely led major information-gathering projects and improved quality control standards.
More recently, Ms. Petrik worked for Facebook as a Recruiting Coordinator. She was involved with interviewing potential interns and employees, arranging travel schedules, and getting new employees acclimated to the workplace. Diana Petrik attended relevant career fairs looking for talented software engineers and other potential Facebook employees. At recruitment fairs, Diana Petrik served as the face of the company, speaking with interested candidates and reviewing resumes.
As a recruiter, Ms. Petrik worked alongside marketing personnel to create positive recruitment material for the company. She counts her skill with Adobe InDesign and Adobe Illustrator among her many strengths. Diana Petrik was also involved in various public relations efforts, as she often conducted tours of the Facebook office and scheduled group visits.
Ms. Petrik has also served as Growth and Retention Manager at Reputation.com, Inc, an online reputation management company located in Silicon Valley. She assembled and led a talented member services team, slashing the time it required to deliver products to clients by 96 percent.
In 2008 and 2009, Diana Petrik worked for the Libra Electric Company as an Executive Assistant. Her duties included working with customers, managing correspondence, and improving the quality of accounts payables and receivables.
Before her work with Facebook and Reputation.com, Diana Petrik was a business owner herself. She managed Planet Kids, a children’s retail store, from 1996 to 2008. For 11 years, she ran the Internet store and designed various ad campaigns for bringing in and retaining over 300 satisfied customers. Under her leadership, the company enjoyed 10 profitable quarters, along with a nod as the "Best in Bay Area" by readers’ poll in a regional publication.