Kristen Huff is Selected Finalist for the 2017 Young Professional of the Year Award

CINCINNATI, OH, May –, 2017 – TaleMed is proud to announce that Kristen Huff, Director of Staffing Services, has been selected as a finalist for the 2017 Young Professional of the Year Award by the Clermont Chamber of Commerce.

The Young Professional of the Year Award recognizes up and coming entrepreneurial business women under 40 who have demonstrated success and vision, made noteworthy contributions and are on their way to making a meaningful imprint on the future of their organization and the local business community.

“We are extremely pleased to see Kristen receive this well-deserved recognition,” said Ken Tracy, president of TaleMed. “As a company, we are known for our dedication to our employees and our positive work environment. Nurses often comment on how working with Kristen has far exceeded their expectations. She is prompt, reliable and knowledgeable and her fun, up-beat personality makes her relatable to the many first time travelers seeking the thrill of adventure while doing the work they enjoy.”

The Young Professional of the Year Award will be awarded on June 6, 2017. TaleMed is grateful for the honor of being recognized for a second year in a row. Elizabeth Tracy, CEO of TaleMed was nominated and awarded the Woman Owned Business of the Year Award in 2016. The leadership Elizabeth has exemplified  is a driving force behind the success of Kristen and all women TaleMed proudly employs.

Steve Williams, Senior Director of Staffing Services stated, “Upon reading the description of the young Women professional of the year award, there is no one that better encompasses the qualifications for this honor than Kristen Huff. I have had the pleasure of knowing Kristen personally for over twelve years, and have worked with her professionally for the last five years. Kristen started at TaleMed as a recruiter and has grown into a successful and well respected leader among her colleagues. Her work ethic and positive attitude are infectious and it is easy to see she cares deeply about TaleMed and it’s mission. Kristen is well deserving of this honor and I am blessed to know her and work beside her.”