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TalenTrust CEO Speaks on Talent Panel at Intergrowth® Conference

InterGrowth®, the annual conference for the Association for Corporate Growth that is attended by over 2,000 top M&A professionals, features a session titled Filling The Workforce Gap: Talent Management Best Practices For Your Midmarket Business.

Kathleen Quinn Votaw, TalenTrust CEO, joins other industry experts on a panel to discuss the important role businesses play in recruiting, developing and retaining talented team members.

In 2003, Kathleen launched TalenTrust to help companies find, keep, and grow the best people. Her firm’s expert team collaborates closely with executives to identify the root causes—and often interrelated issues—behind a company’s human capital challenges. Kathleen’s firm serves clients across the U.S. and employs a team of 20+ people. In 2015 and 2016, TalenTrust was named to the prestigious Inc. 5000 list for high-growth companies. The team at TalenTrust understands the challenges of leading organizations through rapid growth and is pleased to serve many on the Inc. 5000 list.

Kathleen is the author of a book titled Solve the People Puzzle; How High-Growth Companies Attract and Retain Top Talent. She speaks to CEOs about trends in talent and how to develop a people strategy. Additionally, she writes a monthly column on culture, leadership, and people for CoBiz Magazine.

Kathleen is a true champion of entrepreneurship. In addition to her specific entrepreneurial ventures in launching and growing TalenTrust, she is an active supporter of entrepreneurship and business growth in Colorado through her extensive leadership and involvement with Vistage, ACG Denver and Colorado Companies to Watch. She seeks meaningful ways to connect entrepreneurs with the people and ideas to grow their businesses.

Kathleen spent several years in the role of ACG Denver Membership Chair, where she more than doubled the number of members during her tenure. In 2009 she was elected to a five-year leadership role that included one year as President-Elect, two years as President, and two years as President Emeritus. She continues support of ACG Denver, speaking about talent trends at executive breakfast events.

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