Randstad Technologies Group
Carolyn Levy is the President of Randstad Technologies Group for Randstad Canada, leading the strategic direction of the division, with a deep commitment to matching exceptional tech talent with leading organizations across the country. For over 12 years, she has held a series of positions within Randstad Canada, starting as a staffing consultant and quickly progressing to a leadership role within the organization.
An innovative leader with a passion for excellent execution, Carolyn has a proven track record for developing strong sales teams and leaders. With an eye for detail, she’s focused on creative problem solving that allows for efficient and consistent service delivery and turns company objectives into real-world results.
Throughout her career, Carolyn has been a passionate advocate for creating inclusive and collaborative workplaces. She takes an active role in Randstad Canada’s efforts to develop productive attitudes towards diversity and inclusion across all industries, working with key stakeholders to break down barriers and create pathways for people from all backgrounds to build meaningful careers. In her own team, promoting women is a key mandate. Since 2010, Randstad Technologies’ leadership team has increased from 26% women to 46%.
In 2019, Carolyn was named the Executive Ambassador of Diversity & Inclusion at Randstad Canada. To support that role, she regularly takes part in panels and conferences about D&I and is an Individual Practitioner with CCDI (Canadian Centre for Diversity and Inclusion). She’s also the Executive Ambassador of Randstad Canada’s Women Transforming The Workplace program.
Carolyn is a graduate of the University of Calgary. She’s continuously expanding her leadership skills through international programs, including INSEAD graduate business school in France and the London Business School in the United Kingdom. Carolyn also sits on the board of the NACCB, the National Association of Canadian Consulting Businesses, an association that represents Professional Staffing firms on Canadian public policy issues that impact the IT Services industry. She’s also currently attending courses at the University of British Columbia to further expand her knowledge in the D&I space. Carolyn lives in Calgary with her husband and their two daughters.