Gabby Michnoff Recruiter - Account Executive New York | (917) 258-8260



Gabby joined Betts Recruiting in June 2015. Prior to Betts, Gabby interned at The University of Virginia during college and spent summers assisting the teams at Robin Hood, MKM Partners, and Guggenheim Partners. She attended the University of Virginia where she was a member Kappa Alpha Theta, and received a B.S. in Global Development Studies. She is YPC Board Member of the Komen Foundation and member of Shadwell Society for UVA. Originally from Greenwich, CT, Gabby enjoys cooking outside of work.



My experience with Gabby was fantastic.  She worked her ass off, stayed on top of me, helped me prep for interviews, edited my thank you notes, and really did all she could to get me a job.  I may not have accepted a position from Betts, but I learned a whole lot about interview strategies for the future.  Thanks Gab!

Jordan S., Yelp Review

I recently had the opportunity to work with Gabby during my job search and I couldn't have been more impressed. Not only did she help me find a great job in a matter of weeks, but she also consistently went the extra mile to make sure I was prepared for each and every step of the interview process.

Her positive and encouraging attitude made what could have been a nerve-racking experience feel comfortable and straight forward. My past experiences with recruiters have been fairly unremarkable, but rest assured, if you're working with Gabby you can expect great things.

Eli K., LinkedIn Review

I do not know what I would have done without Gabby's help and guidance throughout my recruitment process. She kept in constant communication with me and ensured that I was overly prepared for each and every interview. Not only this, but she was also able to match my personality and needs with the best fitting company. My expectations have been exceeded, I love my new job, and I have her to thank for making it as seamless of a process as it was.

Courtney G., LinkedIn Review


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