John L. Marshall III serves as the regional head of Adecco UK & Ireland, a position he has held since October 2015. He was a practising attorney with King & Spalding and AT&T before he joined MPS Group in 1998. He started as deputy general counsel with an emphasis on acquisitions and public company reporting. He was promoted to president of special counsel in 2001 and named president of accounting principals in 2006. Adecco acquired MPS Group in 2010 and named Marshall president of Adecco’s US finance, office and legal business unit. He holds a juris doctorate from the University of Florida.
Darryl Green was named ManpowerGroup’s first COO in May 2014 and is responsible for ManpowerGroup’s four regions — Americas, Asia Pacific Middle East, Northern and Southern Europe. He had been president and executive VP, Asia Pacific Middle East and Northern Europe. Green joined the company in 2007 as executive VP, leading the Asia Pacific Region. Green also led the development of ManpowerGroup’s Borderless Talent Solutions. Green previously served as CEO for several mobile/data communications companies, including Tata Teleservices, J-Phone (Vodafone Japan) and Global Crossing Japan. Fluent in English and Japanese, Green is a director of the Japan Staffing Service Association (JASSA).
John L. Marshall III has led The Adecco Group’s North America, UK & Ireland, professional staffing region since April 2017. Prior to this, he was the regional head of UK & Ireland from October 2015 to March 2017. Marshall was a practicing attorney with King & Spalding and AT&T before he joined MPS Group in 1998. He joined MPS Group as deputy general counsel with an emphasis on acquisitions and public company reporting. He was promoted to president of Special Counsel in 2001 and named president of Accounting Principals in 2006. Adecco Group named Marshall president of its US finance, office and legal business unit after it acquired MPS Group in 2010.
Darryl Green is ManpowerGroup’s president and COO, responsible for operations in 80 countries and territories across the Americas, Asia Pacific and Middle East, and Southern and Northern Europe. Green is a leader focused on driving digital transformation and growth with disciplined execution. He previously served as president of ManpowerGroup’s North America and APME operations. He holds an MBA from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College. Green speaks fluent Japanese and is a director of the Japan Staffing Service Association.
Chris Hartman is president of Allegis Global Solutions (AGS). He has more than 20 years’ experience with the Allegis Group family, and is responsible for driving quality, thought leadership, innovation, and growth and alignment of the AGS footprint throughout the globe. In his previous role as global development officer for Allegis Group, Hartman was responsible for executing and establishing prominent brands outside of North America, and leading the international operations. Before moving over to his global roles, he was a founding member and president of Allegis Group Services. Under his direction, AGS grew into one of the largest MSP and RPO providers.
ManpowerGroup’s Kate Donovan has been Global RPO president since 2012 and was also named SVP ManpowerGroup Solutions and TAPFIN in 2014. RPO and TAPFIN are workforce solutions delivered to clients globally. Donovan’s insights help clients deliver on their business objectives and execute workforce strategies. Under Donovan’s leadership, ManpowerGroup Solutions RPO was named global leader by Everest Research Group for the past four years and has been ranked industry leader by NelsonHall for five consecutive years.
Carl Camden is president and CEO of Kelly Services, one of the largest staffing firms in the world and in Europe, although the company has reduced its European network in recent years. Having earned a doctorate by the age of 25, Camden has been a marketing executive for a bank holding company, co-president of an advertising agency and co-founder of a behavioural research group. He is also a tenured university professor. A recipient of numerous awards throughout his career, Camden is a member of The Committee for Economic Development (CED), the Business Roundtable, and also serves as a director of Temp Holdings, Co. Ltd.
Tig Gilliam was appointed CEO of NES Global Talent, a specialist provider of engineering talent solutions, in 2014. He joined the board in 2013. Prior to NES Global Talent, Gilliam was operating partner for AEA Investors, a private equity firm. From 2007 to 2012, he was regional head and executive committee member of Adecco Group North America. Earlier in his career, he was a partner at PwC Consulting and IBM Global Business Services, leading the global supply chain management practice. Gilliam is chairman of New York-based Work Market Inc., a freelance management system used by businesses to manage their independent contractors.
Jai Shekhawat is founder and CEO of vendor management system provider Fieldglass. Under his leadership, the Fieldglass platform grew to be used in 100 countries, available in multiple languages and currencies and has a spend management of more than $25 billion annually. The company was acquired by SAP in 2014 for a reported sum of nearly $1 billion. He was Ernst & Young’s 2012 Midwest “Entrepreneur of the Year” as well as the 2012 recipient of Staffing Industry Analysts’ Peter Yessne Staffing Leadership Award (formerly called the Peter Yessne Innovator Award) for his work in pioneering the VMS space.
Tig Gilliam has been CEO of NES Global Talent, a specialist provider of engineering talent solutions, since 2014. He joined the board in 2013. Prior to NES Global Talent, Gilliam was operating partner for AEA Investors, a private equity firm. From 2007 to 2012, he was regional head and executive committee member of The Adecco Group North America. Earlier in his career, he was a partner at PwC Consulting and IBM Global Business Services, leading the global supply chain management practice. Gilliam is also chairman of New York-based Work Market Inc., a freelance management system used by businesses to manage their independent contractors.