July 26, 2010 – DHR International has added Clyde Stutts as executive vice president in the firm’s Atlanta office and Kitty Vorisek to start a Beijing office for the firm. Mr. Stutts has over 25 years of experience leading HR and support functions for companies in the branded retail, wholesale, and manufacturing industries. Prior to DHR, Mr. Stutts was part of the senior management team for Carter’s, Inc., where he served as SVP of human resources and also had operating responsibility for risk management, legal, domestic and international social compliance and corporate real estate functions during his 10 years with the company. Ms. Vorisek has experience in corporate social responsibility and sustainability. She has consulted on projects for the WHO-Healthy Cities China pilot, World Bank, Working Mother Media and Diversity Best Practices, Stanford ValuEd and Duke University- DukeEngage. As business manager at JP Morgan, China, Ms. Vorisek worked on the strategic plan and foundation for a business as well as implementation of corporate social responsibility models to support the brand. In China, she will launch a nonprofit search practice for DHR. Founded in 1989, DHR International is headquartered in Chicago and has more than 50 offices worldwide.