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Cielo Expands North American Leadership Team, Reflecting Growth & Commitment to Clients Worldwide

Cielo (formerly Pinstripe & Ochre House), the world’s leading provider of global talent acquisition and management solutions, today announced the addition of four new leadership team members to support its unprecedented client growth in North America. Additionally, Erin Lange will relocate to the UK to serve as Executive Vice President of Global Operations, reinforcing the firm's commitment to providing best-in-class client solutions across the globe.

In her new role, Erin Lange will lead the ongoing development of Cielo’s exclusive technology and the firm’s commitment to deploying customized solutions executed at a global scale. From a more central location for the firm’s operations worldwide, she will support the regional Managing Directors, ensuring the Global Operating Model and Global Service Delivery Platform continues to elevate the firm’s multi-regional clients.

Juliana Barela has been promoted to Vice President of Client Service Delivery in North America. In this role, she will continue overseeing best-in-class service to her clients and serve as a key member of the North America Operating Board.

Anne Bucher has been promoted to the role of Senior Vice President of North America Operations and Global Customer Experience. In this new role, Anne will support the North America Service Delivery and Operations teams. She will also serve as a member of the North America Operating Board.

Ellen Chiesa, Director of Human Resources, expands the scope of her current role, joining Cielo’s North America Operating Board and representing people initiatives in the North American region.

Staci Roberts joins as Senior Vice President of Business Development for Cielo’s Healthcare division and will be an active member of the North America Operating Board. A healthcare industry veteran with more than 16 years of experience, Staci will lead business development initiatives and drive strategic partnerships to help healthcare organizations overcome their talent challenges.

About Cielo

Cielo is the world’s leading provider of global talent acquisition and management solutions. In May 2014, the company rebranded to reflect the successful integration of U.S.-based Pinstripe, Inc. and UK-based Ochre House, which combined to become the largest independent provider of strategic recruitment process outsourcing (RPO), search solutions and talent consulting services worldwide. Cielo leverages its global scale, customized, innovative solutions and entrepreneurial agility to help clients achieve sustained people advantage and outstanding business outcomes. Through world-class, technology-enabled solutions, Cielo serves clients primarily in the financial and business services, consumer brands, technology and media, engineering, life sciences and healthcare industries. Cielo’s global presence includes nearly 1,000 employees, serving more than 90 clients across 57 countries in 26 languages. This footprint includes Moorland Gray, the largest and most successful executive search firm in the Middle East and North Africa. Cielo knows talent is rising – and with it, an organization's opportunity to rise above. For more information, visit cielotalent.com.

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