Robinson Resource Group Expands Search Staff

May 11, 2016 – Executive search firm Robinson Resource Group has appointed Chris Lacy (pictured) as its vice president of search operations. He brings over a decade of search experience to the firm.

While Mr. Lacy has particularly deep experience in the industrial sector, he has also executed searches in private equity, consumer products, insurance, and finance. His functional expertise includes human resources, finance, IT, sales & marketing, R&D, supply chain and procurement.

Previously, Mr. Lacy served as a senior associate with Slayton Search Partners. Prior to that, he served in the same role with Kensington International. He also formerly served as a senior search consultant with Miller Resource Group, an executive search firm within the MRI network.

“In this role, Chris will lead the firm’s team of associates and drive the enhancement of the tools and resources required to assure that assignments are completed efficiently and effectively,” said managing director Scott Robinson. “His proven ability to create a dynamic operational platform will help us sustain our growth and continue to provide exceptional service to our customer base.”

Robinson Resource Group, a search firm specializing in senior level recruiting and executive coaching, blends a number of service offerings, including assessments, search methods, technology and on-boarding. The firm’s clients include 360 Youth Serves; AcuSport; Boyt Harness Co.; Broaster Company; Chicago Meat Authority; DeVry University; EnSync Energy Systems; FlatIron; Graycor; Heico; Mesirow Financial; Silver Oak Services Partners; and Skolnik Industries Inc.

The firm was recently retained by Loaves & Fishes to lead its search for a new president and chief executive officer. Past CEO Megan Selck has recently stepped down from her position. Loaves & Fishes board chair Mike Havala is serving as interim CEO.

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

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