Mom Corps CEO Named Policy Council Vice Chairman Of American Staffing Association
January 08, 2013 // Franchising.com // ATLANTA – Allison O’Kelly, chief executive officer and founder of Mom Corps, was recently appointed vice chairman of the American Staffing Association’s professional section policy council. ASA policy councils are composed of members who advise the Association’s board of directors on sector-specific issues and design programs to meet the unique business challenges faced by those sectors of the staffing industry.
O’Kelly has been noted as an expert, advocate and consultant on the subject of workplace flexibility and alternative work options. A CPA, Harvard MBA and working mother, her ideas and experience have been widely recognized in the national press. O’Kelly was recently named one of Ernst & Young’s 2012 Entrepreneurial Winning Women, a national competition and executive leadership program that identifies a select group of high-potential women entrepreneurs across the country.
About Mom Corps
Mom Corps (www.momcorps.com) is a professional staffing firm that connects employers with a unique pool of 120,000 experienced professionals seeking flexible work. With franchise offices located throughout the U.S., Mom Corps fills the ranks of the nation’s leading companies by placing its candidates in flexible jobs across many functions, including finance, marketing, HR, legal and strategy. Follow on Twitter @MomCorps, @AllisonOKelly, Facebook and LinkedIn.
About the American Staffing Association
The American Staffing Association is the voice of the U.S. staffing industry. ASA and its affiliated chapters advance the interests of staffing and recruiting firms of all sizes and across all sectors through legal and legislative advocacy, public relations, education, and the promotion of high standards of legal, ethical, and professional practices. ASA members provide the full range of employment and work force services and solutions, including temporary and contract staffing, recruiting and permanent placement, outplacement and outsourcing, training, and human resource consulting.
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