DIVERSANT Appoints Managing Director for Atlanta Georgia Office

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Ben Puckett moves into a leadership role.

DIVERSANT is a special company filled with talented individuals. The Atlanta branch is no exception.

New Jersey-based DIVERSANT (http://www.diversant.com), the largest African-American owned IT staffing firm in the U.S., names Ben Puckett as the Managing Director for their Atlanta, Georgia office.

Ben joined DIVERSANT as Vice President of Talent Acquisition in 2013 and was later promoted to Managing Director for the Minnesota office location. Ben states “DIVERSANT is a special company filled with talented individuals. The Atlanta branch is no exception. The talent level of the Atlanta team is one of the highest I have ever been fortunate to work with. I look forward to our team achieving many milestones in the near future and contributing to DIVERSANT’s growth.”

Jim Yoshimura, Chief Operating Officer said “Ben has been instrumental in building our talent acquisition department and opening our new office location in Minneapolis, Minnesota. His demonstrated success with our organization and vast experience in the IT staffing industry make Ben a great asset to the DIVERSANT leadership team.” Ben will focus on growing our IT staffing services in the Georgia market and providing superior support to our clients, IT consultants, staffing professionals, and local business partners.

To learn about DIVERSANT or view career opportunities, visit http://www.diversant.com/careers.

About DIVERSANT

DIVERSANT was recently recognized as the 2015 Class IV MBE Supplier of the Year with Eastern Minority Supplier Development Council, a nomination received by one of their top clients. IT services include staff augmentation, direct hire, payrolling solutions, and innovative diversity programs.

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