Meet Our Team

Talent Acquisition
Team at MPG

Our award winning approach to candidate experience during the talent recruitment process will help align your professional goals with the opportunities available at MPG. Our talent acquisition team wants to start a conversation with you and learn about your skills, your career goals, and how MPG can help you meet those goals. Together we will work with you to navigate the talent recruitment process at MPG in hopes of finding the right talent for every position.

Meet our fabulous TA team below.  We are very excited to get the ball rolling!

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MindPoint Group invests in our team and helps them to realize their goals by offering an annual Professional Development stipend to help deepen your knowledge in Cybersecurity and other career growth areas. We also have dedicated Resource Managers to help you navigate through all of the roles we have open and where you can take advantage of new skills gained. We want to invest in you for the long haul and are ready to offer our assistance in the ways that you are looking for.  MindPoint Group is known for the depth of our cybersecurity knowledge and our guidance that we offer our customers on Cybersecurity topics.  How can we help you achieve your dreams?

Our team members

Jennifer Moyars

Jennifer Moyers
Associate Director
Talent Acquisition

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What is your advice to job seekers?  
Make sure you ask all your questions not only about the function of the role, and about the culture and the environment of the company. Culture and environment are the pieces of the puzzle that make the job enjoyable.  

How would you describe the employees at MindPoint Group?
Our team at MPG is always willing to help one another in need. We are all invested in moving MPG forward and staying an employer of choice and we genuinely enjoy each other’s company.  

What is the best piece of professional advice you’ve ever received?
Be unapologetically yourself. Don’t feel as though you need to impress other people by acting differently. Those who matter will accept you for who you are.

What was your first job?
I started my career as a lifeguard for our community pool the day that I turned 16. I kept that going for 6 years and was managing pools for the last 4 years of my tenure. I learned so much from those years of lifeguarding that I can still apply to my role at MPG today!

What do you like to do when you are off the clock?  
Outside of being the Uber driver for my kids every day to get them to their activities, I love to workout with my fellow cheer moms a few days a week and I am a total foodie! I enjoy checking out new restaurants whenever I have the time.  My favorite restaurant is the Bistro L’Hermitage in Woodbridge, VA, which has fabulous French food 😊.

Abra Allsman

Abra Allsman
Team Lead, Talent Acquisition

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What is your advice to job seekers?
Be nice to recruiters. We can read your resume but when we ask you to describe what you do, it is because we are interested to see how you communicate, not only with us as a recruiter but how you will communicate with the customer. Relax. Phone screens, video calls and panel interviews are a conversation with another person(s) to get to know what you do. Be truthful and honest about what you can do, what you have done and know it is alright to say you do not know or have not done something. Be patient. The right opportunity is out there for you whether it is with MindPoint Group or another company. Oh...and spell check!

How would you describe your job to a five-year-old?
I talk on the phone with people all day and help them find jobs.

What was your first job?
My first job out of college was as an HR Assistant for a government contractor in Ballston, VA. I lived one block from my office and walked to work five days a week. At that time, I did not know what area of HR I wanted to be in. Since I primarily helped my manager in recruiting that is where I began my career. Over the years, I expanded into Benefits Administration and HR Generalist roles with government contractors, start-ups and commercial companies. I recently circled back to recruiting and now walk to my home office five days a week!

What's the most exciting part of your job?
I love talking and I love talking to people. Every day I get to learn about people, what they do and what they want to do. I get excited when I can match someone to an open position!

Alex Mosiniak - Recruiter MindPoint Group

Alex Mosiniak
Team Lead, Talent Acquisition

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What is your advice to job seekers?  
Be transparent! Let the recruiters and hiring managers know exactly what you are looking for. Be open about the work you want to do, your ideal compensation, and anything else that will make you truly happy in your next role.  

What is your favorite thing about working from home? 
My dogs! They hold me accountable for taking much needed breaks throughout the work day.

What is the most exciting part of your job? 
Celebrating a WIN! Either with a candidate or with the hiring team, when an offer is accepted, we all win!

Are you a morning person or a night owl?
Night owl! I am working on this out at 12:18am.

What is something that impresses you in a candidate?
When a candidate asks great questions. It really shows how interested a candidate is in our process, our company, and their future with MPG if they are full of questions.

Mindy Vo

Mindy Vo-Gause
Team Lead, Talent Acquisition

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What is your favorite thing about working at MindPointGroup?
The diversity and women-owned in a field where women are not as prevalent.  

What do you like to do when you're off the clock?
Spending time with my five-month-old son and going to watch my partner play in adult flag football games. 

What is your favorite thing about working from home?
I enjoy working in comfy clothes with my furry best friend by my side.  

What was your first job?
Scooping ice cream at Baskin Robbins at 16 years old. 

What's the most exciting part of your job?
Speaking to people from all over the U.S. with different backgrounds and experiences inCybersecurity and Operations! 

Are you a morning person or a night owl?
As much as I would love to be a morning person, I am truly a night owl with a sprinkle of insomnia.

Roxanne Voorhees

Roxanne Voorhees
Talent Acquisition SME

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What is your favorite thing about working at MindPointGroup?
My favorite thing about working atMindPoint Group is the recruiting team that I work with. Everyone is collaborative and willing to jump in when things are needed. We look out and help each other in our efforts to get our positions filled.  

What is your advice to job seekers?
My best advice to job seekers is to really read the job descriptions and understand what qualifications are needed for the specific position. I would also say to be upfront if you do not know something and have an eagerness to learn.

What is your favorite thing about working from home?
Some people say they could never work from home but for me, I don’t think I could ever go back to a desk or office situation. I work better in the comforts of my own home and my favorite thing about it is having my dog, Jazzy, right by my side all day.  

What's the best piece of professional advice you've ever received?
The best piece of advice I ever got was basically that no job is beneath you. Meaning the small things that you do are just as important as the big things and that they all have value in someway. Taking the time with a candidate that may not necessarily work for your position at that time, could benefit you a year down the road when the right position presents itself.

What's the most exciting part of your job?
The best part of my job is placing someone in a position that they love and having them reach out to me six months later and thank me for putting them there. I take recruiting someone in a position very seriously and really care about each person that I talk to.

April Shaw

April Shaw
Talent Acquisition Specialist

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What is something that impresses you in a candidate?
I am impressed when candidates research the company, read the job description thoroughly, and have questions prepared to ask.

What is your advice to job seekers?
My advice to job seekers would be to view “interviews” as conversations. Questions should be presented from all parties. Most employers know the type of candidates they want to hire, but as a job seeker, do you know the type of employer you would like to work for?

What's the most exciting part of your job?
The most exciting part of my job is helping people advance their careers.

What's your hidden talent?
My hidden talent is that I know how to draw existing portraits and write music.

Bonnie Cote

Bonnie Cote
Talent Acquisition Specialist

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What is your favorite thing about working at MindPoint Group?
One of my favorite things about working at MindPoint Group is the diversity. As a minority, it’s great to work with colleagues with various backgrounds.  We all bring a unique perspective to the table. 

What's the most exciting part of your job?
The most exciting and rewarding part of my job is when I find a candidate their perfect job. It warms my heart to receive thank you notes from candidates who are satisfied in their new roles.

Are you a morning person or a night owl?
I am definitely a morning person.  “Sleeping in” for me would be waking up around 7am.  

Peter Kim

Peter Kim
Talent Acquisition Specialist

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What is your favorite thing about working at MindPoint Group?
My favorite thing about working at MindPoint Group is the team that I am currently on. I have learned so much from my team and they have never hesitated to help me or any other team members. Being with a great group of people helps elevate my work and pushes others to be their best.

How would you describe the employees at MindPoint Group?
Employees at MindPoint Group are simply amazing. Everyone works very hard but knows how to have fun while working. MindPoint Group employees are innovative, hard-working, and resilient.  

What do you like to do when you're off the clock?
When I am off the clock, I love going fishing, playing sports, and hanging out with my dog, Bear. I am also a high school lacrosse coach for a local high school. Since I haven’t been able to play since college,I love being involved in the sport and helping grow lacrosse as well.

What was your first job?
My first job was selling cellphones at a Costco. I worked in a kiosk that was located inside Costco. It was difficult when I first started and had a lot to learn. I had to learn to speak professionally and build rapport with the customers. It was fun meeting new people and making connections with those individuals.

Hannah Perry - MindPoint Group Recruiter

Hannah Perry
Talent Acquisition Specialist

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What do you like to do when you are off the clock? 
My husband and I live in the Texas Hill Country – so we are always doing something outside! Any free moment we have is spent either at the river/lake, on a hike, or taking care of our chickens (we have 30+ baby chicks right now). 

What is your favorite thing about working at MindPoint Group?
Everyone’s willingness to help/collaborate!

What is the most exciting part of your job? 
As Talent Acquisition Specialists, we have the privilege of guiding our candidates to opportunities that can change their lives for the better. It truly can be a powerful thing! I love being a dependable resource to people who are looking to take that next step.  

Are you a morning person or a night owl?
I am a morning person! Which really translates to – I love coffee, sunshine, and the promise of a fresh start that a new day can bring. 😊

What is something that impresses you in a candidate?
Responsiveness and transparency! 

Recruitment Process

Understanding our recruitment process will help you to navigate our hiring process. Our goal is to help you along the path for employment at MindPoint Group.
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Phone Screen

After receiving your resume, and seeing if you are a fit for the role on paper, we will reach out to set up an initial phone conversation with our TA team.
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Interview

After our phone screen, you may be invited to an interview with our technical project team. Interviews last between 15-60 min depending on the position.
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Review

Once we have conducted interviews with all the candidates for the position, we will review all of the applicants and determine who we would like to extend an offer of employment to.
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Offer

If you have been chosen for a position with MPG, we will extend an offer to you for your position. The offer will include all the information to help you decide if MPG is right for you.

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