I had an interview today (my second one!) for a position that I'm pretty excited about. At the end of the interview, the hiring manager asked if I had a list of my references with me, or if they were on the electronic application I had submitted. I told her that I thought they were listed on the electronic application, but that I could certainly send them to her if they weren't there.
On my drive home, I tried to remember if I'd listed any references on the electronic application, and I didn't think I had. So when I got home, I quickly googled her email address (she works for a school district, so it's publicly available on their website) and emailed her a thank you note, adding the names and phone numbers of my references to the email for her convenience. My thought while doing this is that it would give her information, and show that I was proactive and worked to resolve any difficulties I was faced with. After I sent the email, I thought maybe I shouldn't have done it, since it might appear a little creepy and stalkerish.
For those who do hiring, would you be pleased to get an email like mine, or would you be slightly creeped out because I'd sent an email without personally being given your email address?