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Pinstripe Healthcare Group Adds Veteran HR Executive Warner as Client Services Director
Date:2/28/2008

Proven Leader Adds Depth To Firm's Growing Healthcare Practice

BROOKFIELD, Wis., Feb. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- Pinstripe, Inc., a rapidly growing recruitment and human resources outsourcing company, has added Gordon Warner to its Healthcare Group in the role of Client Services Director.

Warner brings extensive HR experience and expertise to Pinstripe's growing offering in the healthcare field. Warner comes to Pinstripe from M&I Bank in Milwaukee, where he served as Vice President, Human Resources for nine years. In his 25 years in the HR and recruiting field in Wisconsin, Warner has also helped lead HR efforts focusing on talent acquisition and management for Firstar Corporation and United Parcel Service.

"We're very excited to have Gordon as part of our Healthcare team, said Jill Schwieters, Executive Vice President. "His passion for creating and implementing high-quality, effective recruiting and HR solutions, along with his extensive knowledge of talent acquisition and retention practices, will enable him to be an asset to the clients we serve."

Warner is a member of the Society for Human Resources Management, and the Human Resources Management Association of Southeast Wisconsin. He has been a featured speaker at HRMA annual conferences. He received his B.S. degree in business administration from Cardinal Stritch University in Milwaukee.

"I'm thrilled to join a company that has emerged as a driving force in the healthcare field," Warner said. "Pinstripe's deep 'insider knowledge' of healthcare, and the highly developed processes and sophisticated technology the company pioneered in recruitment and on-boarding, enables Pinstripe to offer unique solutions to the challenges the industry faces."

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Pinstripe, Inc. designs and manages high-performance, large scale talent acquisition solutions. For clients in industries that include financial services, technology and telecommunications, Pinstripe's innov
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