Crowe Joins Jobplex as Partner

CHICAGO, IL (December 6, 2016) – Jobplex, Inc. is pleased to announce that Suzanne Crowe has joined the firm as Partner. Crowe holds 20 years of experience in recruiting versed over all industries and functions, with her focus over the last 10 years being in the technology and digital media industry.

She has been involved with numerous search assignments for Chief Executive Officers and senior functional roles including sales and marketing, product development and information technology, as well as director and manager level roles.

Prior to joining Jobplex, Crowe was the President of Turbo Consulting Group, a talent acquisition firm with experience in research, candidate development, and business development.

Previously, Crowe spent 14 years with Heidrick & Struggles. She served as a Senior Associate and was part of the International Technology, Software, Internet, Board, and CIO practices. There, she focused on executive-level searches for high-technology clients, and worked directly with the Global Managing Partner of the Internet, and Technology Practice, and several Vice-Chairman. During her tenure at Heidrick & Struggles, she successfully completed searches for clients in enterprise software, information services, communications, and e-commerce sectors, including both start-up ventures and large public/multinational companies.

“Suzanne’s extensive search knowledge and expertise will allow us to best identify the next generation of leadership talent needed to meet our clients’ needs,” said President Justin Hirsch. “We are thrilled to welcome Suzanne to the team.”

Crowe holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Iowa.

Established in 1996, Jobplex leads the recruiting industry in offering diversified search services for your company’s next generation executive leader. Our customized search offerings and performance-based fee structure provide solutions from a Single Search to Project Recruitment. For more information on Jobplex, visit www.jobplex.com.

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