News at Vetted Solutions:
Washington, D.C., October 15, 2013 — Vetted Solutions announced today that it has been selected to join Panorama, a group of leading independent executive search firms from around the world.
Operating across the world’s major time zones, Panorama is an international network of independent firms who are leading players in their respective markets. While representing a diverse range of local markets and areas of expertise, Panorama members share a strategic commitment to excellence along with similar values and ethics. Through their alliance, Panorama members offer clients an ever-expanding global executive search force with a wide variety of specialties.
Vetted Solutions is a Washington, D.C. based executive search firm specializing in association and non-profit recruiting and consulting, known for providing lasting leadership that drives significant and sustainable results for their clients.
“Vetted Solutions brings to the Panorama network both proximity to the critical Washington, DC market and expertise in association and non-profit search,” said Stephen Bampfylde, Panorama Chair and Executive Chairman of London based firm, Saxton Bampfylde. “Their work with association and non-profit organizations will strengthen our members’ ability to service clients in those sectors and we’re excited to bring them on board.”
“Joining Panorama expands Vetted Solutions’ global reach and helps us better serve our clients,” said Jim Zaniello, president and founder of Vetted Solutions. “We think this is going to be a terrific partnership.”
For more information on Vetted Solutions and their new partnership with Panorama please contact James Zaniello at +1.202.554.4749 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Panorama is a global network of partners with 20 offices and over 50 partners across Europe, North America and the Asian Pacific. Together we offer global expertise in: Banking, Financial Services & Insurance; Consumer, Retail & Luxury Goods; Education; Healthcare; Industrial Manufacturing, Energy & Utilities; Not-for-Profit/NGOs; Professional & Business Services; and Technology, Media & Telecoms. For further information please visit www.panoramasearch.com.
Washington, D.C., September 23, 2013 — Vetted Solutions, a Washington, D.C. based executive search firm specializing in association and nonprofit recruiting and consulting, announced today its sponsorship of the 3rd Annual National Capital Hydrocephalus Association WALK/Run program on Sunday, September 29, 2013 in Washington, D.C.
The Hydrocephalus Association (HA) is an organization dedicated to eliminating the challenges of hydrocephalus, a medical condition characterized by excessive accumulation of fluid on the brain. The HA WALK/Run program raises funds that support the association’s mission through research and program services.
The HA’s WALK/Run program is a family event that raised nearly $1 million with more than 7,600 participants in 2012 and aims to surpass the $1 million mark in 2013, with an expected record-breaking 10,000 participants showing up to support the cause.
“We’re excited to be able to provide meaningful support to important organizations such as the Hydrocephalus Association,” said Jim Zaniello, president and founder of Vetted Solutions and Bronze Level Sponsor of HA’s WALK/Run. “HA has many dedicated staff and volunteers who have a personal connection to and deep understanding of the needs of the families and individuals touched by hydrocephalus and we’re happy to help them raise awareness and support for this cause.”
The 3rd Annual National Capital 5K WALK/Run program will take place at West Potomac Park in Washington, D.C. on September 29th. Interested participants must register and pay a $30 participation fee online before Thursday, September 29th at www.runforhydro.kintera.org. There will be no race day registration.
For more information on the HA WALK/Run contact Michael Ticzon at (301) 202.3811 or via email at email@example.com.
Washington, D.C., September 18, 2013 — Vetted Solutions, a Washington, D.C. based executive search firm specializing in association and nonprofit recruiting and consulting, announced today its sponsorship of the CEO Update Executive Forum on Tuesday, October 8, 2013 in Washington, D.C.
Produced by CEO Update, the leading source for association news and careers, the Executive Forum series brings together leaders in the association and nonprofit world to discuss key issues and trends facing the industry. The October 8th Forum features a panel of veteran association CEOs including Richard Hunt, CEO, Consumer Bankers Association, Peggy Smith, CEO, Worldwide ERC and Steve Anderson, CEO, National Association of Chain Drug Stores.
With the financial health of many associations improving, members and boards are demanding more from association leaders. The panel members will share their experiences in advancing public policy agendas, building consensus among members and running effective organizations in a competitive environment.
“The CEO Update Executive Forum series presents an amazing opportunity for today’s leaders to get honest and straightforward answers to their questions regarding association management best practices,” said Jim Zaniello, president and founder of Vetted Solutions. “This panel is made up of industry-leading professionals who have a wide range of experiences to draw from. Vetted Solutions is very excited to sponsor this important event.”
The CEO Update Executive Forum will take place on Tuesday, October 8, 2013 from 8:00 AM to 9:30 AM at SunTrust Bank, 1445 New York Avenue, NW, 9th Floor, Washington, DC 20005. The event is for association executives only and space is limited. Participants must register online at http://conta.cc/17VTSJe, CEO Update member price is $25 and non-member price is $75.
For more information, contact Christine Norton at CEO Update at phone number 202-721-7667 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NEW YORK – October 29, 2012 — The Association of Executive Search Consultants (AESC) is pleased to announce the acceptance of six high-caliber retained executive search firms into membership. Their approval follows extensive reference checks, site visits, and votes by the AESC regional councils.
The AESC welcomes:
• Genesis Executive, Calgary
• PwC Executive Search, Dublin
• 79ºS Executive Search & Advisory, Oslo
• Stratos Executive Search, Santiago
• Vanderbloemen Search Group, Houston
• Vetted Solutions, Washington, DC
Based in Calgary, Canada, Genesis Executive has catered to the oil and gas industry since 1983. It focuses on the upstream sector of oil and gas, placing engineers, geoscientists, and management talent.
PwC Executive Search, the retained search practice in PwC Ireland, has been in existence for about 25 years to serve clients across the whole spectrum of public and private sector senior recruitment. As part of PwC Human Resource Services, the search practice works with its own staff, clients, research team and database.
79°S Executive Search & Advisory is a new retained search firm based in Oslo, Norway. This generalist firm aims at serving clients within FMCG, industry, media, culture, oil & gas, finance and public sector in Norway.
Stratos Executive Search is a boutique search firm based in Santiago, Chile and founded in 2007. The firm specializes in searching high level executives, their direct reports, and strategic executives in general management, sales, investments, marketing, engineering, operations, finances, human resources, computing, legal, professional services and supply chain management.
Based in Houston, Texas, Vanderbloemen Search Group specializes in nonprofit, faith-based, and Christian organizations. Their tagline is “We Staff the Church.” Since its founding in 2010, they have carved out a unique niche.
Vetted Solutions is a Washington, DC-based executive search firm specializing in association and nonprofit recruiting and consulting. It focuses on senior staff and CEO positions with trade associations, professional societies, association management companies, cultural institutions, and foundations.
About The Association of Executive Search Consultants
The Association of Executive Search Consultants (AESC) is the worldwide professional association for the retained executive search and leadership consulting industry. The AESC promotes the highest professional standards in retained executive search and leadership consulting through its industry recognized Code of Ethics and Professional Practice Guidelines. The AESC also serves to broaden public understanding of the retained executive search and leadership consulting process and acts as an advocate for the interests of its member firms.
The AESC also offers www.bluesteps.com, a career management service for senior executives, and www.executivesearchconnect.com, a free service for the HR community offering industry information and tools to assist with senior executive recruiting, including access to the AESC’s International Executive Search Directory.
American Society of Anesthesiologists has named Nora Matus as Director of Congressional and Political Affairs. She had previously been the Chief of Staff for Congresswoman Lynn Woolsey.
National Council on Aging has named Sharon Gleason as Chief Development Officer. Sharon had previously been Director of Development for the Girl Scout Council of the Nation’s Capital.
National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization has named Anita Brikman as Senior Vice President, Office of Strategic Communications. She has previously been the Evening News Anchor and Health Correspondent for WUSA 9 TV, Washington, DC, a CBS Affiliate.
Association of Pool and Spa Professionals has named Richard Gottwald as President & CEO. He was previously Executive Vice President of the International Sign Association.
Association for Retail Environments has named Todd Dittman as Executive Director. Todd was previously Vice President of Marketing and Analysis for Dairy Management, INC.
CCA Global Partners has named Sharon Schenk as Director of Conventions and Event Management. She was previously the Founder and Owner of Schenk & Associates.
Destination Marketing Association International has named Vickie Singer as Senior Vice President, Marketing & Communications. Vickie was previously a Partner with EDGE Consulting.
DIA – The Global Forum for Therapeutic Innovation & Regulatory Science has named DJ Johnson as Senior Manager, Membership. DJ had previously been the Senior Manager, Volunteer Relations at ASAE: The Center for Association Leadership.
Hearth, Patio and Barbecue Association has named Susan Crosby as Director of Communications. She had previously been the Director, Communication & Education at SIGMA: America’s Leading Fuel Marketers.
Lutheran Services in America has named Shannon Steene as Vice President of Member Engagement. He had previously been the Executive Director of Good Shepherd Housing and Family Services.
Management Solutions Plus has named Karen Groppe as Account Executive. Karen had previously been Principal Consultant with NTT Data Federal Systems, Inc.
American Society of Hematology has named Margaret Bogie as Senior Manager of Education. Margaret was previously a Director at the Pharmaceutical Education and Research Institute.
The National Association of Personal Financial Advisors (NAPFA) has appointed Geoffrey Brown as its new Chief Executive Officer. Previously, he served as Association Manager for the SenterGroup. Read press release.
The Association of Collegiate Conference and Event Directors-International has named Karen Nedbal as Executive Director. Previously, she had been the Director of Membership at the Solar Energy Industries Association.
El-Hibri Charitable Foundation has named Judy Barsalou as President. Previously, she had been a Visiting Scholar at the American University in Cairo.
National Association of Medical Staff Services, a client of SmithBucklin, has named Lynn Boyd as Executive Director. Previously, she had been the National Manager, New Therapy Access at the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.
The North American Veterinary Conference has named Thomas Bohn as CEO. Previously, he served as the CEO of AssociationDirect.
The International Bridge, Tunnel and Turnpike Association has named Bill Cramer as Director of Communications. Previously, he had been the Marketing Director at the National Association of Counties.
The International Bridge, Tunnel and Turnpike Association has named Kristin Bromberg as Marketing Manager. Previously, she had been the Director of Communications at the Finishing Contractors Association.
The American Society of Hematology has named Bill Reed as Director of Meetings. Previously, he had been Senior Vice President, Strategic Sales at Experient.
Cruise Lines International Association has named Tom Fischetti as Chief Financial Officer. Previously, he had been Chief Financial Officer and Senior Vice President at the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions.
The National Association of Personal Financial Advisors has named Bevin Callan as Membership Manager. Previously, she had been the Membership Services Coordinator at ISACA.
Community Health Accreditation Program has named Aisha Bivens as Vice President of Quality. Previously, she had been the Associate Vice President, Quality and Clinical Effectiveness, Local Integrity Officer at Washington Adventist Hospital.
The Manufacturers Alliance for Productivity and Innovation has named Marie Lee as Director, Tax Council. Previously, she had been the Vice President and Counsel, Tax Policy at TechAmerica.
The Ohio Society of Certified Public Accountants has named Scott Wiley as President and CEO. Previously, he had been the Executive Director at Delta Sigma Phi.
The Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards, Inc. has named David Mazzulla as Director of Information Technology. Previously, he had been the President and Founder of DAM Technologies.
The Automotive Aftermarket Industry Association has named Sheila Andrews as Government Affairs Manager, Transportation. Previously, she had been the Senior Legislative Assistant at the American Motorcyclist Association.
The Automotive Aftermarket Industry Association has named Andrés Castrillón as Director, Trade. Previously, he had been an Associate at Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP.
The National Council on Aging has named Leslie Fried as Director, Policy and Programs. Previously, she had been the Senior Attorney, Commission on Law and Aging and Director, Alzheimer’s Association Medicare Advocacy Project at American Bar Association.
Institute of Clean Air Companies, a client of SmithBucklin, has named Betsy Natz as Executive Director. Betsy was Senior Manager, Health Policy at Exponent. Immediately prior she was the Executive Director of the Formaldehyde Council.
Charities Aid Foundation America has named Ted Hart as CEO.
Hydrocephalus Association has named Dawn Mancuso, FASAE, CAE as HA Executive Director/CEO. Previously she had been the Executive Director of the Association of Air Medical Services.
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