Because People Make Organizations
Organizations are successful by hiring the right people, training them well, and supporting them with the resources and added capacity to gracefully navigate unexpected challenges. RCG Talent Solutions works with organizations to meet all of these talent and people-support needs. We were borne out of the idea that nonprofits, startups, local businesses, and socially-responsible companies have talent needs that are essential to the success of the organization. At the same time these organizations often manage resources under many constraints. The time, cost, and strategy of identifying gaps and filling roles are often barriers to staffing high-fit people for open positions.
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Matt has more than thirteen years of social sector experience. In 2014, Matt founded Reamy Consulting Group offering capacity to school districts, charter networks, and education non-profits to grow their impact. He began to offer support hiring, training, and retaining great, diverse talent. In this time, Matt saw a special need for a range of discrete and affordable talent services for organizations, which led to the creation of RCG Talent Solutions. Reamy Consulting Group’s past and present clients include Alliance College Ready Schools, the ASPCA, Breakthrough Collaborative, the Chamberlin Family Foundation, College Track, Ednovate Schools, Hiawatha Academies, IDEA Public Schools, Intercare Therapy, the NYU Steinhardt Virtual Teaching Residency, Teach For America, The Mission Continues, The University of Arkansas, and United Friends of the Children.
Matt began his career as a Teach For America corps member leading his middle school students to more than three and a half years of reading level growth over two years. He joined the campus-based teacher recruitment team at Teach For America, managing over 200 full-time and part-time recruiters to successfully enlist thousands of college students to join the Teach For America program as teaching corps members from 2007 through 2012. Matt transitioned to a role as a TFA business partner in which he supported 50 fundraising, teacher placement, and operations staff in eight regions across the Midwest and South.
Matt has lived or spent substantial time working in 14 states on both coasts, in the South, and throughout the Midwest. He has met kind and loving people everywhere and believes in this country’s potential to find a bright future. He enjoys hiking, yoga, reading, and skiing. Matt earned his bachelor's degree at the College of William and Mary in Virginia.
Kayla is an experienced non-profit professional dedicated to education, equity, and empowerment. Kayla fulfills recruitment tasks such as sourcing candidates, processing and reviewing applications, and conducting phone interviews. Building on her master’s from the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, Kayla specializes in searches for development and advancement roles.
While earning her master’s, Kayla worked for Lumina Foundation, College Mentors for Kids, and the Center on Philanthropy. She held a number of roles at Teach For America between 2010-2015, including social entrepreneurship initiative intern at the headquarters in New York City, manager of donor and community engagement in the Indianapolis region, and development director in the Jacksonville region. In the last role, Kayla planned and executed prospect research, events, and ongoing stewardship for a $400,000 portfolio of individual and corporate gifts.
The daughter and granddaughter of career educators, Kayla is passionate about access and equity. She is a pursuing a PhD in Higher Education Leadership at Florida Atlantic University where she studies and advocates for Historically Black Colleges and Universities such as her alma mater Fisk University. Kayla enjoys cooking, dancing, and reading. She loves living in Florida where she has yearlong sunshine, beaches, fresh mangoes, and her beautiful nieces and nephews.
Search Services Manager
Christa has over 10 years of experience supporting talent acquisition work in the social sector. Christa joined RCG Talent Solutions in 2015. Christa works with a team of coordinators to provide advertising, sourcing, screening, and applicant management support to RCG Talent’s talent acquisition work. She enjoys that her role allows her to get to know and work with candidates and clients from different sectors, states, and experiences.
Christa began her career in recruitment at Teach For America, where she supported campaigns to recruit teacher corps members across the country. In her last year on Teach For America’s staff, she led a record-breaking campaign at Northwestern University leveraging the talents of multiple Teach For America alumni who had ties to the school. Since then she has worked to support talent acquisition and human resources work at various organizations in both the non-profit and private sectors.
Christa lives in Ohio where she was born and raised. She enjoys exploring her home state, traveling, going to concerts with her husband, and training for half and full marathons. Christa went to Ohio State where she studied International Development and Fashion Merchandising.
Maria has spent her career working as a teacher and a non-profit professional in the education sector. She provides administrative support to the team including calendar management, event planning, and assistant support to internal operations.
After teaching first grade in Washington, D.C. as a Teach For America corps member for two years, leading her students to achieve 1.5 years of reading growth each year, Maria served on Teach For America's development and admissions staff from 2012 to 2018. She played an instrumental role in launching two new Teach For America regions and oversaw the applicant experience for over 30,000 applicants.
Maria currently lives in St. Louis, MO with her husband, Drew, and daughter, Lily. In her spare time, she loves to practice yoga and Pilates, play piano, and engage in local community activism. Maria earned her bachelor's degree in psychology from Illinois Wesleyan University and master’s degree in curriculum and instruction from George Mason University.