Chicago, IL (PRWEB) November 15, 2005
Capital H Group, a rapidly expanding human capital consulting firm, welcomes Terry Faulk and Diane Gallo to its advisory board of directors.
Terry Faulk is Executive Vice President of Global Human Resources for Kraft Foods Inc., a global leader in branded foods and beverages with 2004 net revenues of more than $32 billion. Faulk, who joined Kraft in 1967, is responsible for the company’s Human Resources function worldwide. He has worked in many of Kraft’s business units both in the U.S. and abroad and is a long-time member of Kraft's Management Committee.
Diane Gallo started her career running the Human Resources function for several retail and healthcare organizations before moving into the technology sector. In 2001, she joined Overland Storage, a $250 million, NASDAQ traded-firm that provides data storage solutions for small to mid-sized businesses. She is an executive officer at Overland with responsibility for Human Resources.
“Both Terry and Diane share a very business-focused approach to human resources and are key strategic players at their respective employers”, said Dan Weinfurter, CEO of Capital H Group. “We're very pleased to have them onboard as we continue to grow our capabilities and business as a consulting firm that helps companies create value -- through people -- for better business results.”
About Capital H Group
Capital H Group (http://www.capitalhgroup.com) is a rapidly growing human capital consulting group, with headquarters in Chicago and operations in Dallas, Detroit, Houston, Los Angeles, Milwaukee and New York and over 100 professionals recruited from the major firms in the field. Team members average over 15 years of experience, with a combination of consulting and industry backgrounds. Capital H Group's mission is to discover fast, focused smart ways to enhance the value of clients’ human capital.
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