Harrier CEO Named in Global Power 100 – Women in Staffing List
Kelly Quirk, CEO of Harrier Human Capital, has been named by Staffing Industry Analysts in its Global Power 100 – Women in Staffing and International 50 lists.
Staffing Industry Analysts is an independent global advisor on contingent work, staffing and recruitment. Its inaugural Global Power 100 list showcases the female entrepreneurs, policymakers, strategists and visionaries who continue to make significant contributions to the growth of the staffing industry across the world. The 2015 honourees were nominated by fellow specialists and are celebrated on a dedicated microsite.
Kelly Quirk says, “I am truly honoured to be named in the Global Power 100 – Women in Staffing and International 50 lists amongst such a talented group of professionals, many of whom I’ve had the pleasure of working with over the years. I wish everyone on the lists continued success in their careers and in growing the staffing industry.”
Kelly became CEO of Harrier in 2012, leading the boutique organisation from its West Australian roots into a growing business with national presence. The company has delivered in excess of 45 consulting, resourcing and managed services solutions to clients with capital works projects in excess of $70bn. Harrier now runs two of Australia’s four largest RPOs, with approximately 80 employees, spread across five cities and a Shared Service Centre in Manila.
Harrier was recently announced as a recipient of a WA Business News Rising Star Award and as winner of the Professional Services and City of Perth Strategic Alliance categories at the 40under40 Awards in Perth. Kelly was also personally honoured as a 40Under40 winner.