Morreen Rukin, Founder & President
Before starting CRS, Morreen acquired 25 years of deep and diverse experience in a variety of industries, including manufacturing, retail, and restaurants. She has applied the hands-on experiences garnered along the way to help organizations improve the employment experience through initiatives that focus on retention, productivity, and profitability.
Morreen earned her Bachelor’s in Business Administration from University of New Hampshire and also holds a Master’s in Education with a focus on Education and Instructional Design from Pennsylvania State University. An advocate for giving back, Morreen and her family have been recognized as a top fundraiser for Alex’s Lemonade Stand (a children’s cancer research foundation) and have raised nearly $185,000 in the past 10 years. Morreen is fortunate to manage the Michael B. Rukin Charitable Foundation in memory of her father which furthers her interest in philanthropy. She also co-authored Dream, Inc. – Million Dollar Business Strategies from 32 Successful Philadelphia-Area Entrepreneurs. The Philadelphia Business Journal recognized Morreen as one of the Women of Distinction in 2007 and she was recognized as one of Pennsylvania’s “Best 50 Women in Business” in 2009. Under Morreen’s leadership the CRS team was recognized as a Philly 100 Winner in 2016 and 2017 by the Entrepreneur’s Forum of Philadelphia and the Wharton Small Business program, and Morreen was a recipient of the 2017 Enterprising Women of the Year Award.
Christin Smith Myers, Chief Operating Officer
Christin received her Bachelor’s degree in English/Secondary Ed from Marywood University, and started her career as a high school English teacher. She gained experience in pharmaceuticals as Administrative Manager for a clinical research organization and then served as Staffing Supervisor at Careers Express, an independent staffing firm, where she recruited and served as account manager for clients in a variety of industries. She is a passionate volunteer for Sisters U, building curriculum and leading workshops for the LaunchPad program, presenting keynote speeches, and serving as an editorial board member for the Sisters U Magazine.
Jeff Cilea, Reports Leader Jeff received a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology and a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Villanova University. Jeff worked at Drexel Technical for 15 years, first as a Recruiter, eventually being promoted to the Director of Recruitment. Jeff has 16 total years of staffing & recruiting experience, as well as 10 years of HR, market research and sales experience. Jeff has been with CRS since October 2012.
Donita Calef, InterviewerDonita received her Bachelor’s degree in Accounting from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. She was an Accountant with Yves Rocher, a European skincare company, for 8 years after her graduation. She then made a career change and became an Accounting Recruiter. She has over 27 years of experience in accounting and recruiting. Donita has been with CRS since September 2015.
Heather Mascaro, Interviewer & Reports SpecialistHeather earned her degree in Restaurant and Hotel Management from Pennsylvania Culinary Institute, and also has a Business degree and HR certification. She spent over 15 years in restaurant operations, most recently as a Banquet Director at Cedarbrook Country Club. Heather has been with CRS since August 2012.
Ryan Abel, Interviewer
Ryan earned his Associates degree in Business Administration from Delaware County Community College and is currently studying Finance at West Chester University. His goal is to be a financial advisor after graduation. Prior to CRS he worked at a small family run grocery store for more than five years. Ryan has been with CRS since April 2019.
Maureen Valko, Administrative Coordinator & ProofreaderMaureen graduated Penn State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Management. Maureen’s background is primarily customer service and sales. She has worked in many industries, including hospitality, insurance, staffing and crafting. Maureen has been with CRS since September 2015.
Kim Kondla, InterviewerKim has been the VP/CFO of a staffing company, the National Director of Field Services for a market research firm, and the Leadership Development Program Manager for an international industrial supplies distributor. In addition to working at CRS, Kim is the CSO for an education company that produces live seminars and other products that foster personal growth, as well as a language Instructor for a local university and a non-profit agency. Kim has been with CRS since July 2014.
Mike Guarnieri, Interviewer & ProofreaderMike graduated from Pennsylvania State University with a Bachelor’s degree in English. He then earned his Master’s degree in English with a focus on Creative Writing from West Chester University. While going to school, he held several jobs in the retail and warehouse industries. Mike has been with CRS since March 2017.
Sandi Toth, Administrative Coordinator
Sandi attended Delaware County Community College and Keystone Business School. She has over 20 years of administrative and customer service experience. In addition to CRS, she is currently employed in the Accounting department for a non-profit organization that empowers individuals with disabilities. Sandi is passionate about her charity work, as well. She brings strong customer service, computer, clerical, accounting and organizational skills and experience to our company. Sandi has been with CRS since April 2018
Jenny Rosback, Interviewer
Jenny spent most of her career in Leadership and Organizational Development engaging leaders and teams in learning opportunities. As both an internal and external consultant, Jenny's focus has been in large and small group facilitation, and helping organizations develop a culture in alignment with the vision and values that supports a company's strategic direction. These days, Jenny is excited to put that experience to work for CRS as well as local non-profit groups and the populations they serve. Jenny has been with CRS since November 2017.