June 30, 2015 – Tampa-headquartered Cody Consulting has named Stephanie Krebs as director, executive search. She will be responsible for managing and growing Cody Consulting’s executive search service line, working with new and existing clients to aid in their talent acquisitions needs.
Ms. Krebs previously served as senior staffing manager at Fidelity Information Services (FIS), where she led a team of high-volume recruiters across the nation in filling customer service, production, business, IT, accounting, compliance, risk, sales, marketing, legal and executive positions. She has also served in a number of positions at Sapphire Technologies/Randstad Technologies, where she supported staffing in a number of industries, including healthcare and financial services.
“With more than 15 years of recruiting experience, Stephanie has a strong understanding of compliance and industry regulations, as well as the significance these can have on the hiring process,” said Ted Quesnette, Cody’s chief operating officer.
Cody Consulting, a technology and consulting firm, works with government-funded and commercial health plans throughout the country to maximize efficiencies and cut costs in the areas of marketing communications, compliance, business process outsourcing and executive search/organizational development. “Talent acquisition is a critical part of any business,” said Ms. Krebs. “And we want to be there to assist organizations when it’s time to add new executive assets to enhance their teams and grow their business.”
The firm has completed a number of top-flight searches for managed care organizations (MCOs) focusing on state and federally funded health programs, including Medicaid and Medicare. Here are a few examples: CEO for startup Medicare Advantage Plan; CFO for Medicare Advantage Plan; divisional president for national Medicare/Medicaid Plan; chief compliance officer for Medicare Advantage Plan; VP Marketing for regional Medicare Advantage Plan; and director of revenue recovery for an accountable care organization.
Contributed by Dale M. Zupsansky, Managing Editor, Hunt Scanlon Media