TeamBradley Recruiter Owners
Rich co-founded TeamBradley in 2007 with his wife Amy. He has been in the recruiting business for 36 years and joined the ranks of the industry’s premier think tank, the Pinnacle Society, in 1996, where he is among the nation’s top 80 recruiters. Rich earned his BS, with an emphasis in Psychology, from Western Illinois University in 2001. TeamBradley is a the third recruiting company that Rich as been associated with; DynaStaff was a 12 year partnership prior and his early years were with another firm located in the Chicagoland area.
Amy Raspiller Bradley
Amy launched TeamBradley in 2007 with her husband Rich. Previously an elementary school teacher, Amy transferred her skills to software training and recruitment research. Amy works with all aspects of the recruiting business, supporting her husband’s desk and the talented TeamBradley staff. Amy is often found working behind the scenes and with the database for TeamBradley. She earned her BA in Education from the National College of Education (now known as National-Louis University).
Emily Boblewski – Administrative Assistant
Welcome Emily Boblewski to TeamBradley! Local to Wheaton and a proud graduate of Wheaton Warrenville South High School. Emily attended locally the College of DuPage and the University of Alabama. She has an Associates Degree and bring with her expertise in managing a local family owned business. It is that talent and experience that makes her a perfect fit for TeamBradley.
Valued Team Members
Tammy Dougherty – Team Accountant
Tammy joined Team Bradley in May 2007. If it’s financial, she does it. She enjoys gardening, weightlifting, and watching the Cubs and Bears. She earned her BA in Accounting from the University of Illinois, Carbondale.
Andy Yakubik – Technology Guru
Andy began his staffing career in 1992 as an AS/400 technical recruiter with CPS, then moved to DynaStaff in 1995. Realizing the emerging benefits of technology for recruiters, he integrated PC’s into every desk of the company and was soon focusing most of his time on the technical side. In 1997 he transitioned to full-time IT work, and by 2000 he was offering his expertise to other small businesses looking to use technology as a strategic tool. Throughout the years his experience and client list grew, culminating in the creation of his own company, Yak-Tek, in 2007.
Andy focuses on a wide range of technology planning & technical services to elite clients throughout the Chicagoland area. His background includes network/server/workstation architecture & support; database development & administration; industry-specific application integration & consulting; comprehensive voice/data/mobile communications plus a wide range of other information technology solutions. Andy graduated from Ball State University with a BS in Telecommunications. He’s married with two sons. He enjoys playing & coaching soccer and collecting vintage guitars.