Vaco SF Team

Director, T&S Operations

Cindy Sprung

What brought you to Vaco? What drew your interest?
Actually, a recruiter found me the week I was laid off by my previous employer. After talking to the super friendly recruiter and learning about Vaco, I had a good feeling about the company and knew this was the right place to jump-start my career.

Why should anyone choose Vaco SF for Managed Services/Contingent Workforce?
Mainly because Vaco cares about both sides being happy: stakeholders and employees. If employees are happy, the chances of increasing productivity and quality are higher.

What’s the toughest business decision that you’ve ever made at this point in your career?
While it was mainly a personal decision, coming back to work after maternity leave. It was also a business decision since financially it didn’t make much sense at the time. I decided to invest in my career to be able to build a better future for myself and eventually positively impact my family. Now I know I made the right choice.

What’s the best thing about working at Vaco?
Growth! Having great support on growing professionally and within the company.

Describe your work style.
I’d say a combination of analytical and expressive. I’m very visual and inclined to creative projects, so I like materials to be ‘pretty’ and colorful, while I always like to have data to justify my actions.

Favorite quote:
“If you don’t stand for something, you will fall for anything.” -A. Hamilton

Word that best describes you:

Beyond The Bio

Favorite Movie of all time:
Kill Bill
What is one of your biggest pet peeves?
Inconsiderate smokers
Top 3 CDs (or Artists) of all time:
The Eagles, Metallica, Bob Marley
Favorite vacation spot:
Honolulu, HI
If you were deserted on an island, who would you want to find on the other end?
Albert Einstein. I think we could come up with a genius plan to get back to mainland and I could learn a lot during that trip.
Name 3 items you must have if you were deserted on an island?
Swiss-Army knife, iPhone & solar charger
What are some qualities you value in a person?
Honesty, kindness and organizational skills
What things do you find yourself doing that you said you'd never do?
Working with metrics and statistics, since I didn’t see the purpose of it in high school - it all makes sense now! Putting someone else’s needs before mine, now I have to remind myself that I’m more than a mom.
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