Gail Tolstoi-Miller



Contact me for: Solutions for companies in Human Resources, IT, Pharmaceutical, Corporate Support, Sales and Finance, as well as a B2B speed networking event management, and targeted invitational recruiting events via SpeedHIRE.

Gail Tolstoi-Miller, a graduate of NYU, has worked in the recruiting field for more than 15 years. She serves dual CEO roles at Consultnetworx, a consulting firm and Speednetworx, a B2B speed networking event company.

Recognized for her innovative business ideas, Tolstoi-Miller spends much of her time thinking about the common plights of recruiters and job seekers--and looking for solutions. Her firms’ recent initiative, SpeedHIRE, is the only highly targeted invitational recruiting event in the nation. These revolutionary recruiting events help employers find and hire top talent quickly, while providing job seekers with more dignity and efficiency in their job search.

Amid the shrinking job market, Tolstoi-Miller has been on the forefront of putting Americans back to work while simultaneously building 2 successful businesses. She is also involved in charities such as EIF Revlon’s Walk/Run for Women and Red Bull’s Tickets for Troops. She is a former board member of Good Grief and is the founder of Human Resources NJ Mentoring Program. She will be sharing her insight in her first book, Networking Karma, which will be published later this year. Tolstoi-Miller is a member of SHRM and her companies are WBENC-certified.

Expert Articles by Gail Tolstoi-Miller

Managing Your Career as an Employee

Learn to job hop successfully to help you reach your career goals

Finding a New Job

Advice for finding a job when nothing else is working

Human Resources

How to hire the best employees for your small business
How to use social media to attract and hire the best job candidates
How to avoid claims of discrimination when hiring employees

Sales and Marketing

How to create and deliver an effective elevator pitch

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