“Since everything is a reflection of our minds… everything can be changed by our minds.”
A LITTLE ABOUT MEMy name is Annie Emens and I was lucky enough to be born and raised in beautiful San Diego CA. I am happily married with a beautiful daughter named Kayla and I have been a career consultant for 6 years now! I love working with nurses and hearing their stories. I know it is one of the hardest jobs out there and I have a great deal of respect for them. For fun I enjoy spending time with friends and family, camping, fishing, trying new restaurants, and doing whatever else that will put a smile on my daughters face. I am also a huge animal lover and we own a cat named Bandit (my daughter named her), a Pomeranian named Buddy, and a turtle named Lupe. I would love have so many more if my landlord would allow it lol! Anyways, thank you for taking the time to read a little about who I am, I can’t wait to hear about you!
Annie is one of the most friendly, energetic, and passionate professionals I've ever worked with! She has gone above and beyond for my fiancé and I to land the perfect assignments. She is constantly taking our interests into account when applying us to positions and putting in a good word for us. She deserves to be recognized because she truly goes the extra mile and you can tell she loves her job.- Aaron K & Heather K, CVICU RNs
Annie is the most helpful recruiter ever! This is my first time traveling. She reviewed my contract with me several times to ensure that I understood it. She calls to check on me and sends me gifts. She is very prompt in answering my questions and communicating with me. My assignment has been amazing and she's a part of the reason why.- Lynn A, MEDSRG RN
A person who guides you through your travel assignment then follows up with how your quest to the environment goes. cheers you up with some words of wisdom. But most of all the source of reminders to keep you strong and get through your assignment. Always there by e-mail, phone call, text and your good advocate for the hospital you are going to work and the company.- Michael W, ICU RN