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DeEtta Jones and Associates Launches Executive Search Capacity

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DeEtta Jones and Associates Introduces Executive Search Capabilities

Chicago, IL, June 22, 2017– A leader in organizational development and culture, DeEtta Jones and Associates now offers executive search. DeEtta Jones and Associates announced today the launch of its new executive search capacity which will complement the suite of services the firm has been providing over the past two decades, including organizational strategy, leadership development, equity, diversity and inclusion.

“We have been asked time as time again to consider partnering to help identify new talent for library leadership. We are thrilled to now be able to respond to that need” said DeEtta Jones, DJA Founder and Principal. “We are looking forward to facilitating the recruitment and hiring process to ensure that our clients find diverse, visionary and engaging leaders to lead them into the future.”

What sets DeEtta Jones and Associates apart from other search firms is the team of consultants who are actively working in the professional communities that primarily request our services. Bringing with them their extensive knowledge and relationships, this capacity is led by DeEtta Jones, Trevor Dawes, Gary Wasdin and Candace Washington. DJA also has a solid team of other consultants who are called upon to support unique engagements or create access to specific communities.

DeEtta Jones and Associates is committed to diversity and inclusion in all of its work. Working with the firm will ensure a diverse candidate pool that truly represents the best in the profession.

If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Candace Washington at (847) 238-2380 or email at info@deettajones.com.

DeEtta Jones

DeEtta Jones is an invited speaker, equity, diversity and inclusion strategy consultant and author with more than twenty years of experience working with people from around the world to on personal effectiveness and building workforce capacity.

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