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RedBalloon Partners with Children’s Health Defense To Identify Talent and Fill Their Open Jobs

(Moscow, ID) – Today RedBalloon announced that it has partnered with Children’s Health Defense (CHD) to identify values-aligned talent to help fill their open positions. Founded by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., Children’s Health Defense is one of America’s leading advocacy groups fighting for medical safety for children, including greater transparency in vaccine use and injury.


“Children’s Health Defense plays an important role in holding the medical community accountable, and finding motivated, values-aligned job seekers is essential to their mission,” said Andrew Crapuchettes, RedBalloon CEO and pioneer in development and application of labor market data and analytics. “RedBalloon has created a special job seeker portal specific to Children’s Health Defense to expedite connection between job seekers and the HR department.”


The Children’s Health Defense job board powered by RedBalloon can be found here.

Children's Health Defense is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization focused on ending childhood health epidemics by working aggressively to eliminate harmful exposures, hold those responsible accountable, and to establish safeguards to prevent future harm. Learn more about Children's Health Defense here: https://childrenshealthdefense.org/


Founded In 2021, RedBalloon has quickly become America’s largest connector of employers and employees who prioritize a positive workplace culture free from the divisiveness of cancel-culture mandates. RedBalloon CEO Andrew Crapuchettes is a longtime business leader, entrepreneur, and innovator who has founded several successful tech companies and is widely considered a global pioneer in the development and use of labor market data analytics – an industry he helped found over 20 years ago.


For more information visit our website at redballoon.work. To schedule an interview, contact Isaac Lopez at isaac@redballoon.work.


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