WNDE Welcomes Sandra Hague: New Talent Acquisition and Brand Manager

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Sandra Hague

White Nelson Diehl Evans is pleased to welcome Sandra Hague as its new Talent Acquisition and Brand Manager. In this role, she will oversee the firm’s campus recruiting efforts including experienced hire recruiting, leadership and training of talent, brand management and act as an internal liaison related to employee engagement.

An expert in the field of career services, Sandra spent 13 years managing a highly successful accounting recruiting program at Chapman University in Orange. Prior to joining Chapman University, Sandra ran the On-Campus Interview Program at The University of California, Irvine where she assisted graduating seniors in obtain full-time employment after graduation. Sandra also has an extensive background in Youth Employment Services with The City of Irvine and The San Mateo County Office of Education where she oversaw a community services employment program dedicated to helping find employment for local and at-risk youth.

Sandra is committed to helping others reach their potential by being a supportive advocate and mentor. She has also been a dedicated community volunteer and appointed to various leadership roles within her profession.

She earned her B.A. in Psychology at Cal State University Long Beach, and her M.A. in Organizational Leadership at Chapman University. She is a member of CalCPA, the National Association of Colleges and Employers and the Mountain Pacific Association of Colleges and Employers.

A native of Orange County, Sandra enjoys traveling and spending quality time with family and friends. She is also committed to her health and fitness through strength training, hiking and running.

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