DeWinter Group’s retained search practice, DeWinter Partners, has announced the additionof two Bay Area talent acquisition leaders to its team: Brieanne Traube and Gianna Brasil.

Brieanne Traube joins DeWinter Partners as the division’s first ever Director of Business Development after spending ten years working in business development and client relationship management within the financial services sector. She brings with her a wealth of knowledge pertaining to executive-level talent acquisition strategy and an extensive network of professional relationships with premier Bay Area executives. Ms. Traube will work with both existing and prospective clients to create strategic approaches to identifying executive-level leadership with the skill sets necessary to advance later stage start-up companies.

Gianna Brasil joins the DeWinter Group’s retained search practice with over 9 years of experience in internal and external recruiting. After earning her Juris Doctorate and launching her career in law, she transitioned into recruiting in 2005 and has since worked with organizations to develop growing organizations’ legal, tech, and financial services talent pipelines. In her new role at the DeWinter Group, Ms. Brasil will serve as an Executive Recruiter supporting DeWinter Partners leadership team. She will be responsible for conducting client and vertical-specific research, as well as the sourcing and assessment of executive professionals.

The DeWinter Group’s founding partners, Derek DeWinter and Mike Tomasello, commented, “The addition of Ms. Traube and Ms. Brasil to DeWinter Partners is a demonstration of our commitment to the clients who have and continue to trust in us each time they require assistance identifying senior-level accounting, finance, and technology executives. Brieanne and Gianna’s extensive experience working in talent acquisition not only builds upon the value of our retained search services but also adds two additional thought leaders to our team that further our resource to clients and candidates alike.”

SOURCE: DeWinter Group