Jared Murphy

Jared Murphy’s diverse professional experience has honed his technical skills and enabled him to excel in his current role as an account manager at Coryer Staffing. A Plattsburgh native and PHS alumnus, Jared served four years in the United States Air Force as an Aircrew Flight Equipment Technician, where he developed his focus, attention to detail, and ability to perform under pressure. After his service, Jared continued to pursue his technical interests and worked as a splicing technician at a local manufacturing company. While there, he helped develop an Ultrasonic Splicing department, working closely with his supervisor to increase production and grow the company’s Plattsburgh base.

Now a valued member of the Coryer Staffing team, Jared utilizes his extensive technical background and passion for helping others find fulfilling work to excel in his role as an account manager. He serves as the main point of contact for clients, ensuring that their needs are met and building long-term partnerships. Jared’s commitment to maintaining accurate client records, staying up-to-date on contract updates, and collaborating with team members to find new ways to improve business highlights his dedication to excellence and continuous growth.

Sally Jabaut

Sally Jabaut is yet another outstanding addition to Coryer Staffing, joining the team as a Direct Hire Recruiter in June of 2021. Hiring Sally was based on our personal experience, placing job ads in the local newspaper, where Sally worked for more than 16 years in ad sales. Sally was the consummate professional in all our dealings. When Elizabeth and I learned of Sally’s desire to make a career change, our first thought was to extend an invitation to join our team.

To our great pleasure, Sally accepted the offer and has been a superstar. Outside of work, Sally and her husband Shane are avid car enthusiasts who enjoy going to camp, taking vacations, or simply grabbing lunch with their grandchildren! If you own or manage an employer in the greater North Country and would like assistance attracting talent to your ranks, there is nobody better than Sally Jabaut to help you succeed in this effort.

Also, If you are actively or passively seeking new opportunities and want to discuss the current employment market with Sally – she is available anytime that works for you! Sally can be reached at sally@coryerstaffing.com or 518-324-5678

Andee Buksa

When a sharp young woman like Andee Buksa walks through your door, you hire her. A 2014 NCCS graduate, when urged to move away for college and then to begin her career, Andee said, “No way. There is so much opportunity right here!” She authentically shares that enthusiasm with new Coryer Staffing candidates. Andee takes ownership of multiple projects, like weekly payroll for hundreds of employees and bird-dogging new candidates to meet recruitment goals. With a fresh B.A. in Business and a minor in Global Supply Chain Management from SUNY Plattsburgh, along with a decade of practical business experience working in her mom’s family appliance store and her dad’s commercial real estate office, Andee is an instant asset to the Coryer Staffing team.

Kellie Lathrop

In August of 2021, Kellie Lathrop proudly joined the Coryer Staffing Back Office team, bringing her vast experience and indomitable spirit. Before joining Coryer Staffing, Kellie held various finance and educational roles, making her uniquely qualified to provide the finance, accounting, and grant support we had been seeking for Coryer Staffing and our RAMP program. As a result of her dedication and performance, Kellie has a bright future with Coryer Staffing and is well-liked by all. Kellie Lathrop is friendly, focused, and ever-eager to positively impact business operations.

Outside Coryer Staffing, Kellie and her favorite guy Adlai can be found at local school and sporting events cheering on her two daughters.

Elizabeth Goerlitz-Coryer

Elizabeth Goerlitz-Coryer’s father, Señor Goerlitz, would say that she’s been preparing for the CEO and co-founder of her own company since she was born. Driven, spunky, and beyond bright, Elizabeth leads the mission-driven culture at Coryer Staffing with a talented group of individuals from varying backgrounds. Elizabeth’s education and sales management background make her a rare leader who can balance a kind and nurturing disposition while also being the office workhorse and motivator. Also, the President of this region’s JCEO Community Action Angels, Elizabeth, is devoted to leading community-centric programs such as the Backpack Program, Fostering Komfort, and the Safe Sleep Project. With deep roots in Plattsburgh, Elizabeth and her husband David, COO and co-founder of Coryer Staffing, love their entire life with their boys Lukas and Rhys. It’s full of non-stop sports, school events, friends, fishing, skiing, and their growing business, making a local impact.

Vickie Rascoe

Vickie brings awesome energy and organizational skills to Coryer Staffing! Having dedicated herself to a variety of jobs over the years, from doctor’s offices to travel agents; manufacturing to customer service, she is able to apply her eagerness to help others and passion for learning, as a valuable member of our team.

“I help out our recruiters, assist with payroll, organize the office, help the front desk when needed and assist on projects. I like to be busy and I love challenges!”

Kendra Miller

Luckily for all of us at Coryer Staffing, Kendra Miller came aboard in January of this year to lead and manage RAMP, and our beloved program has never been better!  With more than 20 years of experience in education, and her type A personality, Kendra is guiding RAMP with solid direction, organization, and a keen sense of how to genuinely connect with the many high school students who, upon graduation, will best benefit by joining RAMP.  Kendra is also an outstanding team manager and thanks Jen, Ann, Beth, and the entire Coryer Staffing team for the support and success RAMP is experiencing today and for the bright future ahead.
When Kendra isn’t busy running RAMP, you can find her with her husband Ryan at a school sporting event, proudly cheering on their talented Warren and Bella, who are perennially the star players!

If you know of a recent high school graduate who could benefit from a supported work experience program, contact Kendra Miller and learn more about RAMP!

Ann Horan Mazzella

Ann’s extensive experience as a teacher gives her insight on how to work with high school students. Retirement was not for Ann. When she learned of the RAMP program, she had to be a part it. The RAMP program is for every student. It gives them time, opportunity and growth. It really is something special and I speak to this not only as an employee, but as a mother.

Jen Gelay

When Jen agreed to move to Upstate New York with her family, she thought that they might move to a place like Saratoga. She was not expecting to move from the sandy beaches of New Jersey to the peaks and valleys of the North Country. After ten years of residing in Clinton County, though, Jen has come to love all that the greater Plattsburgh area offers. From her picturesque horse farm to her involvement with the Beekmantown PTO, Jen has become ingrained in our community. Pair her community involvement with her years of staffing experience in the manufacturing industry. You’ll be pleased to find that Jen has a wealth of valuable advice to offer both RAMP candidates and participants.

Leigh Ryan

Meet Leigh! 

A fresh face among the support staff at Coryer Staffing that helps RAMP do its thing. 

A native of Plattsburgh, Leigh loves the Adirondacks and takes advantage of its wilderness by kayaking, camping, and surrounding herself with the beauty of the woods. 


The North Country offers much to kiddos growing up among its rivers, lakes, and thick forests. As a former teaching assistant in special education, Leigh has been front and center in helping its younger generations succeed. For high schoolers who are graduating “without a plan,” options can feel limited. Leigh strongly believes that teens “need an option other than college” to bolster their skill sets and help them decide what’s next – that’s where RAMP comes in.


Her passion and dedication to working with high schoolers bring extra-strong energy to the RAMP program. The thing she’s most excited about is presenting in schools and connecting with the kids. She’s worked with many who “could have used RAMP,” she says. Her sleeves are rolled up, and she’s ready to work sharing that option now.