Kevin Sessions of TalentQuest Honored as One of Atlanta's "40 Under 40" Up and Comers

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President of HR consulting and software firm chosen for professional and civic achievements

His exceptional communication style instantly endears him to colleagues, clients, and friends.

The Atlanta Business Chronicle recently named Kevin Sessions, president of human capital management and software solutions firm TalentQuest, to its exclusive list of the "40 Under 40" Up and Comers.

Sessions, who was chosen from among nearly 200 nominees, was recently named president of the integrated human resources consulting and software solutions firm. The 2008 class was announced during a special event at the Grand Hyatt Buckhead in Atlanta on Thursday, November 13.

Each year, "40 Under 40" nominees are selected based on their professional and civic achievements. To make the list, nominees must demonstrate unique and remarkable accomplishments in their professional fields as well as a commitment to making a difference in their business and community. An internal editorial selection committee, aided by leaders in the business community and former 40 under 40 alumni, carefully reviewed each application before choosing this year's Up and Comers.

"Kevin has been a core member of TalentQuest for eight years, and he eagerly embraces new challenges, poses new ideas and identifies unique opportunities," said Frank Merritt, TalentQuest CEO. "His exceptional communication style instantly endears him to colleagues, clients, and friends."

Sessions was recently promoted to President of TalentQuest. In his previous role as Senior Vice President, Sales and Marketing, he generated a 20-30% year-over-year revenue growth for the last four years. As president, he is responsible for overall business management, growth strategies, and the delivery of TalentQuest's integrated solutions. He also oversees Consulting, Sales, Marketing, Public Relations, and the various satellite offices.

In the business community, Sessions is a member of the Technology Association of Georgia, on the Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce Board of Advisors, and the Georgia Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors.

"Kevin consistently demonstrates a range of leadership and relationship management skills that are rare for his age, and he upholds and embodies ethics in every action and decision," Merritt added.

About TalentQuest:
TalentQuest has been strengthening organizational performance and advancing leadership for more than 35 years by blending the art of consulting with the science of technology. The company’s consultants and organizational psychologists deliver fully-integrated human capital management consulting and talent management solutions that span the entire employee lifecycle - from talent selection to leadership succession -enabling organizations to maximize the value of their investment in people. The company provides strategy alignment, assessment and selection, management and talent development at every level to enable clients to increase profitability and competitive positioning, and achieve peak performance.

Manda Hunt
TalentQuest
(404) 441-3455
manda(a)lenoxcommunications dot com

This press release was distributed through eMediawire by Human Resources Marketer (HR Marketer: http://www.HRmarketer.com) on behalf of the company listed above.

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