Strawn Arnold & Associates, Ltd. Adds Jenny Millsap Crutchlow as Director of Recruiting

AUSTIN, TEXAS, June 12, 2018 – Strawn Arnold & Associates (SAA), a premier provider of executive search to the healthcare and life science industries, is pleased to announce the addition of Jenny Millsap Crutchlow as Director of Recruiting.

“As we at SAA continue to grow and meet demand, we remain dedicated to our business model, which relies on former industry executives who enter search with the experience necessary to fully relate to the client and their needs”, says John Groover, Managing Director. “Having a proven recruiting specialist such as Jenny who can optimally support this model with exceptional sourcing and candidate identification skills is a big boost for our business as we move forward.”

Jenny joined Strawn Arnold & Associates, Ltd. in May of 2018 as Director of Recruiting. Jenny uses her extensive experience at some of the top retained search firms in the country to partner with the senior leadership at Strawn Arnold to design search strategies and to source, recruit, screen, and develop candidates for our clients.

Her career in executive search began at Diversified Search, one of the top 5 retained executive search firms in the country, in their Technology/CIO, Industrial/Manufacturing, and Diversity practices. She then spent three years honing her skills at Solomon Page, the 6th largest retained executive search firm focused on Health Care, placing Director, VP, and C-level executives at some of the top health care companies in the United States.

Prior to entering the world of search, Jenny worked for several major financial firms and hedge funds in New York City, following a national performing career as a singer and actress. Jenny earned her Master of Music degree in Vocal Performance and Pedagogy from Westminster Choir College, her Bachelor of Music degree in Vocal Performance and her Bachelor of Arts in Plan II from the University of Texas at Austin where she was invited to join Phi Beta Kappa.

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