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Susan Medina and Peter Gomez Published in American Banker

Susan Medina and Peter Gomez, partners in Battalia Winston’s Diversity and Inclusion practice, have contributed an article to American Banker entitled, “Your Bank’s Diversity Efforts Aren’t Working. These Will.” The article is part of an ongoing American Banker series that examines gender and diversity issues in banking and finance. Read the complete article here.

Battalia Winston Places CIO for The Andersons, Inc.

We are pleased to announce that Anthony Lombardi joined The Andersons, Inc. on September 6, 2016 as Chief Information Officer. Terry Gallagher completed the search. The successful candidate was identified in 14 days, and the search was completed in 96 days. The Andersons is a $4.5 billion diversified company rooted in agriculture conducting business across North America in the grain, …

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Battalia Winston Wins SmartCEO’s Corporate Culture Award

We’re thrilled to announce that Battalia Winston is one of just 50 companies in the greater New York area that has won the SmartCEO Corporate Culture Award for 2016. The award celebrates organizations that have successfully championed positive, productive, and performance-driven cultures. As a firm that was founded more than 50 years ago, our culture …

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Fred Lamster featured in Total Retail Magazine

Fred Lamster recently contributed an article entitle, “The Changing Role of the Merchant” to Total Retail. Merchants were once the only critical players in the retail industry. Their ability to drive the business by understanding the customer and predicting customer behavior made them invaluable to their organizations. However, now that “omnichannel” retailing is the new …

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Susan Medina Places Gloria Lara as CEO of the Michigan Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Battalia Winston is pleased to announce the placement of Gloria Lara as Chief Executive Officer of the Michigan Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (MHCC). Susan Medina, Partner in Battalia Winston’s Diversity and Inclusion Practice, completed the search. Gloria Lara is the former CEO of the Girl Scout Council, where she served as the chief spokesperson for …

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As Companies Crack the Diversity Code, Leadership Teams Still Lag

Susan Medina and Peter Gomez recently contributed the following article to Workforce Magazine.  Like several Silicon Valley counterparts, tech giant Intel last year went public with its lack of employee diversity. The company is openly sharing its efforts to correct the problem. In an interview with NPR, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich discussed his company’s diversity initiatives …

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Reducing Staff Turnover for Nonprofits and Associations

Dale Winston recently contributed the following article to Associations Now. With smaller, less hierarchical organizational charts, associations often struggle with attrition, losing aspiring leaders to other organizations. However, with a focus on better succession planning, leadership assessment, and onboarding, an association can slow the outflow of top talent. Late last year, one of the largest …

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Susan Medina and Peter Gomez Discuss Diversity and Inclusion with Chicago Tribune

Battalia Winston Partners Susan Medina and Peter Gomez recently contributed to an article in the Chicago Tribune entitled “Some financial firms tackle diversity gap head-on, say they can’t afford not to.” The article explores how the financial services companies in Chicago are working to attract and retain more diverse talent: Susan Medina and Peter Gomez, …

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Battalia Winston Partners Gilbert Carrara and Adam J. Millinger Featured in H&HN Daily

Healthcare practice leaders Gilbert Carrara  and Adam Millinger have co-authored a piece for H&HN Daily, a publication of the American Hospital Association. In their article, Carrara and Millinger explore how leaders with a diversity of experience, a commitment to data-driven thinking, and an entrepreneurial approach will better manage the transformation required by the ACA. Read the article …

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BATTALIA WINSTON HAS BEEN SUCCESSFULLY PARTNERING WITH COMPANIES TO IDENTIFY AND RECRUIT EXECUTIVE TALENT SINCE 1963

82%

of our searches
we conduct are from current Clients

93%

of searches
are successfully
completed

57

Years in business
Battalia Winston is led by recruiting experts with more than 30 years of experience. We work directly with company leadership as well as outside advisors (compensation consultants, private equity sponsors, etc.). Our experts understand governance as it applies to family-owned businesses and have placed more than 125 candidates in family businesses in the last decade.
We have consistently been recognized as one of the top retained executive search firms in the United States. Battalia Winston headquartered in New York, NY has offices in Atlanta, GA; Boston, MA; Chicago, IL; and Woodbridge, NJ.
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