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Allison O’Kelly is founder and CEO of Mom Corps, a national talent acquisition and career development firm with a focus on flexibility.

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Anne Kutscher is a recruiter at Cianbro Corp. She is from Tolland, Conn., and is a graduate of Eastern Connecticut State University, where she majored in communications. Anne has worked in many capacities throughout her career in human resources in a variety of industries including manufacturing, distribution and construction. Her current focus is on the recruitment and retention of individuals working on projects in the heavy civil and industrial construction arena. She can be reached at editor@TalentMGT.com.

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Aubrey C. Daniels is a thought leader and an internationally recognized expert on management, leadership and workplace issues who is considered an authority on human behavior in the workplace. Trained as a psychologist and specializing in the science of behavior analysis, Daniels is the author of Bringing Out the Best in People and five other business books. As chairman of his consulting firm, Aubrey Daniels International, he and his staff help organizations employ the timeless principles of behavioral science to re-energize the workplace, optimize performance and achieve lasting results. He can be reached at editor@TalentMGT.com.

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Cindy Lubitz is the founder and managing director of inTalent Consulting Group, a national HR consulting firm founded in 2006. The firm is well known for its demonstrated and proven strategies for improving companies’ talent acquisition and talent management effectiveness. Through inTalent, Cindy has worked and consulted with Fortune 500 companies, including Assurant, Toys R Us, Chick-fil-A, TJMaxx, Equifax, WCRI, Turner, Dow Jones, Microsoft and Coca Cola Enterprises, among others. Drawing on more than 20 years of experience, Cindy is a talent expert. Prior to starting inTalent, she led both talent management and talent acquisition functions during her 11 years with The Home Depot.

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Daniel S. Bowling III is an expert on the science of well-being and work and conducts empirical research on this topic through the University of Pennsylvania. Formerly, he was a partner in a major law firm and later, the global head of human resources at Coca-Cola Enterprises, where he directed all HR activities for more than 80,000 employees worldwide. He currently holds faculty positions at both Duke Law School and UPenn. He also leads a consulting firm, Positive Workplace Solutions, that works with some of the largest institutions in the country showing that well-being enhances not just life satisfaction but productivity and performance, and writes and speaks extensively on these topics. He can be reached at editor@TalentMGT.com.

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Dan Campbell is founder/CEO of Hire Dynamics, 2014 chairman of the American Staffing Association and recognized as one of the 100 Most Influential People in the Industry (Staffing Industry Analysts). Hire Dynamics is an industry-leading staffing provider for contact/call centers, manufacturing facilities, supply chain, e-commerce operations and corporate offices, and has been recognized as a Best of Staffing Company with an industry-leading Net Promotor Score from both clients and talent and by Staffing Industry Analyst’s list of “Best Staffing Firms to Work For” and Inc. magazine’s 500|5000, among others. He can be reached at editor@TalentMGT.com.

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Daniel Margolis is a managing editor of Talent Management magazine. He is a graduate of North Carolina State University, and has been writing and editing professionally for more than 12 years, contributing content to publications such as Wax Poetics, XXL, Complex and AOL Digital City Chicago. Prior to joining MediaTec, he served as a staff editor on publications covering printing, machining, metal service centers and project management. He can be reached at dmargolis@TalentMGT.com.

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Deanna Hartley is a senior editor at Talent Management magazine, and has worked at the publication for more than four years. Prior to that, she earned a master’s degree from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism. She has had an array of pieces featured in publications including The Times of Northwest Indiana, Daily Herald-affiliate Beep, The Chicago Defender and Skin Inc. magazine. She can be reached at dhartley@talentmgt.com.

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Elaine Orler

president and founder
Talent Function Group

Elaine Orler president and founder of Talent Function Group and chairman of the Talent Board, founding organization of the Candidate Experience Awards, has been involved in developing and implementing HR solutions since 1993. Well regarded as a leading industry expert, many companies have depended on her knowledge in talent management and recruitment strategy, process and technology to further their organizations. She has also worked with countless clients on dozens of global talent acquisition and management implementations, to help them embrace new technologies aimed at improving internal processes and the candidate experience, a topic on which she’s regularly quoted in Wall Street Journal. Always tuned into the latest trends, Orler guides clients through many global talent acquisition and talent management technology developments, and has worked with both practitioners and solution providers to shape the way talent management and recruiting solutions are delivered. Orler is respected as a talent acquisition and talent management expert and she takes an active role in industry events and associations.

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Frank Kalman is a senior editor of Talent Management magazine. He is a graduate of Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, where he earned his master’s of science degree in Dec. 2010. He is also a graduate of Indiana University Bloomington, earning a degree in American history in May 2009. Prior to joining MediaTec, Frank served as an editorial intern for Crain’s Chicago Business, covering commercial and residential real estate for Crain’s real estate spinoff, ChicagoRealEstateDaily. He also covered public finance and commercial banking while a reporter at Medill. Frank can be reached at fkalman@TalentMGT.com.

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As co-founder and CEO of Capital Analytics, Gene Pease helps translate breakthrough statistical methodology into services that bridge the gap between people investments and business results. Pease is the co-author of “Human Capital Analytics: How to Harness the Potential of Your Organization’s Greatest Asset.” Under his leadership, Capital Analytics has been recognized by Bersin and Associates as a 2012 Bersin Learning Leader and it has helped clients such as National Grid, ConAgra Foods and Chrysler win CLO Learning in Practice awards in the Business Impact category.

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Jeanne C. Meister is co-author of The 2020 Workplace: How Innovative Companies Attract, Develop & Keep Tomorrow’s Employees Today (Harper Business, 2010) and co-host of the Social Learning Boot Camp. Jeanne is an internationally recognized workplace-learning consultant dedicated to delivering competitive advantage, innovation and improved business results for organizations. She was most recently vice president of Accenture Learning.

Steven Dahlberg is partner and vice president of innovation for Future Workplace and co-host of the Social Learning Boot Camp. He collaborates across sectors to assist organizations in developing and applying creativity, innovation and learning. He co-hosts the Creativity in Play radio show, authored the foreword to Education is Everybody’s Business, and has written for Training magazine. Steven serves on the board of the National Creativity Network and has taught “Creativity + Social Change” at the University of Connecticut.

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As managing editor, Kellye Whitney oversees the print content for Talent Management magazine. She joined MediaTec Publications Inc. in February 2004 as an associate editor. Her previous experience includes an editorial position at Midwest Real Estate News and freelance work for Vibe, the Chicago Tribune and numerous Web sites including ediets.com. She is a graduate of the University of Missouri-Columbia with a BA in news-editorial journalism. She can be reached at kwhitney@TalentMgt.com.

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Kevin Krumm is a partner at technical and executive search firm Objective Paradigm. He has over 15 years of experience in recruiting, consulting and business development. Kevin is responsible for driving growth at Objective Paradigm by employing innovation and creativity to deliver value to clients and candidates alike. He has experience working with principal trading, financial services, consulting and software development clients. He is a graduate of Rutgers University and holds a bachelor’s degree in economics.

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Ladan Nikravan is an associate editor of Talent Management magazine. She is from Chicago, and graduated from the University of Missouri School Of Journalism, where she majored in magazine journalism, in May 2010. Prior to joining MediaTec, Ladan worked as a reporter for the Columbia Missourian newspaper, Vox magazine, Chicago Home Improvement magazine and American Builders Quarterly. Although a writer at heart, she has dipped her toes into most facets of the publishing world: feature writing, hard news and column writing; freelancing; copy editing; page design; Web design and some photography. She can be reached at lnikravan@TalentMgt.com.

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Matt Tovrog is a partner at Bell Oaks Executive Search, a national executive search and placement firm based in Atlanta.

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Mike Prokopeak is editorial director of Talent Management magazine. Mike brings a wide range of experience in journalism, publishing, and marketing along with a proven track record of editorial achievement to MediaTec. After joining Mountain Living Magazine in Flagstaff, Ariz., as a reporter, he worked his way up to editor in chief, eventually taking on general manager responsibilities for the magazine and its sister publication, Flagstaff Live, both owned by Pulitzer Newspapers Inc. He directed the editorial, design, advertising and events departments and successfully led a complete redesign of the publications. Mike has also worked with leading educational publishing companies, including Houghton Mifflin Harcourt and the Great Books Foundation. A former teacher and Peace Corps volunteer, Mike brings in-depth experience in continuing education and training to MediaTec. He can be reached at mikep@TalentMgt.com.

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