Stephen Sawicki Joins Hunt Scanlon Media

May 13, 2015 – January 13, 2013 (Greenwich, Connecticut) – Stephen Sawicki, a former correspondent for U.S. News & World Report and People, has joined Hunt Scanlon Media as senior managing editor and will spearhead the firm’s executive search and talent acquisition studies, including Executive Search 2015: Trends in Talent Acquisition and In-House Recruiting: Best Practices Redefining Talent Acquisition. Steve will report to Scott A. Scanlon, the company’s managing director in charge of Hunt Scanlon’s editorial platforms. In addition to U.S. News and People, Steve has been a correspondent with Time and The New York Times where he covered a wide range of topics and issues. More recently, Steve served as a senior writer for Moffly Media in Connecticut during which he wrote feature articles for Moffly’s Greenwich and Westport magazines. A prolific writer, Steve has authored three books: Animal Hospital, Teach Me To Kill and Bombproof.

“We are excited to have Steve on board,” said Mr. Scanlon. “He brings an extensive and versatile background with him to our firm and his reporting experience will significantly strengthen our industry studies which deliver critical human capital market intelligence to our global talent management audience.” A native of Greenwich, Connecticut, Steve is a graduate of Ohio Wesleyan University where he earned a B.A. in Journalism and English. He also earned an M.A. in Communication from Stanford University.

About Hunt Scanlon Media

Hunt-Scanlon Media has been defining and informing the senior talent management sector for over 25 years. Our global staffing intelligence data comes in many forms: daily newswires, annual leadership and state of the industry reports, market intelligence sector briefings, and in our flagship newsletter Executive Search Review. Our exclusive news briefings, interviews, industry trends reports and rankings, forecasts and expert commentary offer unique insight and market intelligence as we track global talent management developments. Since our inception, talent management professionals worldwide have turned to Hunt Scanlon Media — making us the most widely referenced, single source for information in the human capital sector.

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