Horton International Names CEO for North America

February 3, 2016 – Horton International – North America, a principal partner of Horton International, has appointed Joshua Hollander as president and chief executive officer. He assumes the top post from managing partners Larry Brown and Bob Gilchrist, who will both remain with the firm.

Throughout his career, Mr. Hollander has helped organizations of all sizes, from start-ups to global leaders, achieve their senior leadership and talent solutions objectives. He has an extensive background in sales and marketing leadership, business optimization and organizational transformation with significant cross-border experience. Most recently, he was vice president of sales and marketing for William Raveis Mortgage.

His career includes stints at Morgan Stanley in the firm’s mergers & acquisitions group, a Warburg Pincus and Softbank Ventures-funded startup acquired by Mellon Financial, SS&C Technologies, and a large regional correspondent lender. He is currently vice chairman and secretary of the board of trustees for Hebrew Health Care, Inc.

“Josh has a proven dedication to serving his clients, stakeholders and community and will bring those qualities with him to his new role as president and CEO,“ said Mr. Brown. “Bob Gilchrist and I are thrilled to support him in implementing his vision for the company’s next phase of growth and success.”

With its new leader in place, Mr. Hollander said his goal is to expand North American operations by adding new team members in key geographic and industry hubs and expanding the range of its advisory services. “This will enable us to provide our clients with the resources they need to win the war for top talent,” he said. “I’m looking forward to working with our current North American team as well as our global partners.”

With offices in the Americas, Europe, and Asia-Pacific, Horton is a global senior-level recruiting provider specializing in the management, consulting, finance, human resources, information technology, sales, marketing, manufacturing and engineering disciplines.

Contributed by Dale M. Zupsansky, Managing Editor, Hunt Scanlon Media

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