Mirjana Cvjeticanin was formerly the President and CEO of Telscape Communications, a firm that provides wireline and wireless telecommunications to the Hispanic community. Prior to joining Telscape, she held a variety of positions at Nextel Communications. Mirjana served as General Manager/Area Vice President for the Northern California Market, where she grew the subscriber base from 12,000 subscribers in 1996 to 400,000 in 2001 with annual revenues in excess of $300,000,000.
In 2002 she moved to Corporate Headquarters and served as Vice President, Corporate Strategy, working for the Founder and Vice Chairman of Nextel. She was responsible for defining the company’s strategy for entry into the public safety marketplace. Prior to Nextel, Mirjana was Vice President, Western Division for Safeguard Business Systems Inc. and held a variety of management positions at TAB Products. She spent 13 years at Xerox Corporation in a number of field and headquarters management positions. Mirjana graduated with a Bachelor of Science from Purdue University.
Following a successful corporate career as a management consultant and HR Practice Leader for Ernst and Young, Richard established HRMS as Founder and CEO. HRMS produced and aired a regularly scheduled, half-hour recruitment television program called "Meet Your Next Employer." For his pioneering work in recruitment advertising, Richard received the Employment Management Association's National Pericles Award. Richard also established a Government Services Division of HRMS to operate customized, government-funded job training and job placement programs. They created the successful Spotlight On Jobs program for the entertainment industry that trains and places hundreds of dislocated workers.
In 2004, Richard founded SeasonedPRO. In partnership with major universities, SeasonedPRO provides recruitment and career advancement services for alumni delivered through a combination of unique two-day campus conferences, online services and individual counseling. Richard holds a B.S. in Business Administration from UCLA and a M.A. in Industrial Relations from the University of Minnesota.