Diversity. Inclusion. Innovation.
As a woman-owned staffing agency, we are dedicated to helping diverse businesses thrive while promoting diversity in the corporate and government supply chains. We understand the importance of fostering an inclusive business environment that drives innovation and creates partnerships that fuel the growth of both our clients and vendors.
When you partner with our woman-owned staffing agency, you gain access to a diverse pool of highly skilled talent while also making a meaningful impact on society. By supporting women-owned businesses, you help promote and foster a culture of inclusion and innovation while contributing to the advancement of women-owned businesses. We believe that empowering diverse entrepreneurs not only benefits individual businesses, but also has a ripple effect on the entire economy. By partnering with CornerStone TTS, you become a part of that mission.
Meet Our Owner
Jody’s background includes sales and sales management with companies such as the Colgate-Palmolive Company and the Noxell Corporation in the Chicago, New York and Dallas-Ft. Worth markets. She is very active in community and non-profits activities, and served three terms as the mayor of Flower Mound, TX. Through this service, Jody has had much experience in business and economic development with extensive work with a number of local Chambers of Commerce and Texas Legislation.
Women Supporting Women
The tech industry has long been a male-dominated industry. In recent years, there has been a huge push to bring more women into the field – and we’re proud to be a part of that. Our recruiters actively seek out talented women who possess the skills and passion for technology. Additionally, we understand that mentorship and networking play a crucial role in career development. That’s why we routinely attend and host networking events, conferences, and meetups that bring together talented women in technology.
CornerStone TTS is actively involved in mentorship programs specifically tailored for women in technology, such as the Dallas Business Journal’s “Women in Technology” events. Our mentors provide guidance, advice, and support to help women navigate the industry, overcome challenges, and advance their careers. We are committed to playing a part in the movement to help more women thrive in technology roles – and we ask that you join us in this mission.