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NAPS October Member of the Month

Friday, October 31, 2014   (0 Comments)
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Each month NAPS is proud to feature and bring recognition to a NAPS member.
For the month of October we are shining a light on Diane Post, CPC!


Diane Post, CPC, President at Pathfinders, Inc., began recruiting while still in graduate school studying psychology. Her love of the field eventually overcame her desire to complete the Masters program which she exchanged for a career in recruiting. She founded Pathfinders in 1976 and continues to lead the company as President. Pathfinders is a boutique firm which specializes in securing top permanent administrative talent for C-suite executives. Maintaining that focus has enabled them to build a solid reputation of excellence and consistent performance in their niche. They are often called upon to advise clients when they need accurate compensation analyses or encounter certain employee-related issues or problems. Pathfinders' ability to do this enhances their image as partners and consultants with their clients and strengthens their extensive referral network.


Diane is a 38 year supporter of both the Georgia Association and the National Association of Personnel Services and Pathfinders has achieved designation as a NAPS Accredited Firm every year since 2008.


For twenty years, Diane has taken an active role in efforts to stop and prevent abuse and violence against children. She chairs the Judicial Citizen Review Panel appointed by the Juvenile Court judge in her county. Following training, the panel members are sworn in as officers of the court and meet to review cases of children placed in the foster care system. They meet with parents, children, caseworkers, educators, treatment professionals and foster parents at panel hearings to review the progress in meeting goals set by the court. They monitor the welfare of the children with the purpose of ensuring that they have a safe and permanent home. Recommendations are made to the judge about what should happen next in each case. If reunification is not possible, a recommendation is made for another form of permanency such as adoption or placement with a relative. Diane has received several awards for outstanding service on the panel. In additional efforts, she has tutored inner school children, prepared resumes for graduating seniors and coached classes in business and interview attire and interviewing skills.

Diane lives in Atlanta, GA with her husband Jim and has two children. She says about family, "My family is the most important part of my life, and I can't imagine a life without it." Congratulations, Diane, and thank you for your continued support of NAPS!



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