Waffles Pi Natusch

Vice President of Client Services and Client Concierge

Waffles P. Natusch was a successful Barrett Group client, having completed a career transition from manufacturing management to financial services, before he was recruited to join the team. Recognized for his ability to lead aggressive career marketing campaigns, Waffles quickly moved up in the organization and was promoted to Vice President after only two years with the company. He served as company president from 2005 to 2017 and, with the new management staff in place this year, his role is now Chief Operating Officer. This year marks his 25th year with the firm.

Offering over 40 years of management experience, Waffles has earned a reputation for engaging the human element to advance business needs. As a founding member of The Barrett Brain Trust, the consulting team often calls on him for client advice. The mission continues: provide the highest quality of career management services to our clients while always striving to optimize the service suite, staying current with changes in the hiring process and finding the best ways to utilize the latest technology.

In his free time, Waffles enjoys working in his music studio as he is a talented musician, playing several instruments.

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