Carolyn Betts Fleming

Carolyn Betts Fleming

Carolyn Betts Fleming is the founder and CEO of Betts, a leading nationwide recruiting technology and services firm for revenue-generating (sales, customer success, and marketing) roles. Her knack for spotting top talent and pairing them with an ideal company has led to developing a trusted marketplace in the SaaS space, ensuring that every partner, both talent and client, who comes to Betts succeeds.

Prior to founding Betts, she began her career selling advertising in the Yellow Pages book and recruiting for Andiamo! Group, where she was the top performer company-wide during her employment. From there, Carolyn transitioned into sales at CareerBuilder.com and became a top-performing enterprise sales executive working with clients including Netflix, Symantec, McAfee, and many more.

She is currently a board member at BUILD, an advisory council member at Beam Founders, and a member of Young Presidents’ Organization and Entrepreneur’s Organization. Additionally, Carolyn is a fundraiser and participant in the stand-up paddle events with Flatwater Foundation and an active pledger at Founders Pledge, an organization that enables entrepreneurs and investors to give back, give more, and give effectively, by pledging a portion of future exit proceeds to charity.

She received a BA in Journalism and Mass Communications from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and is an alumna of Harvard Business School. Carolyn has provided her expertise for Austin Business Journal, Business Insider, CNBC, Fast Company, Forbes, New York Times, and Wall Street Journal.


Carolyn Betts Fleming is an opinion columnist for the CEOWORLD magazine. You can follow her on LinkedIn.
Carolyn Betts Fleming, CEO and founder of Betts
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