First female Associate Director at Salt

Salt is delighted to announce the promotion of their first female Associate Director, Daniella Aristides. Daniella joined Salt in June 2015 as a Senior Principle and has worked her way up to Associate Director. Daniella is a key part of the contract technology team in the London and has been instrumental in the growth of the division. She joins a team of other female business leaders at Salt, like New Zealand Country Director Angela Gichard, Sales Manager Lizzie Harding or CEO APAC Jacqui Barratt.

 

Daniella Aristides, Associate Director, said, “It is an amazing achievement to become an Associate Director. I believe that my commitment to my clients has really helped me to be successful in the contractor market. Sharing the outcome of my BD activities with the team and our global offices is really important to me, it’s been great to watch our network grow over the last few years. Being the first female is really cool, it shows that there are no limits to what we can achieve, it’s been a great way to start 2018!”

 

Elliot Dell, CEO of Salt Recruitment Group, said, “Daniella has been a great asset and grown to be a strong leader at Salt, we are elated to promote her to Associate Director. At Salt, we pride ourselves on our strong values foundation and our commitment to our staff. We have recently hired a training manager to help ensure every member of staff is supported to fulfil their potential like Daniella.”

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