Career Partners International Elects Terry Gillis as Chairman of the Board of Managers
April 17, 2019
Career Partners International (CPI) is pleased to announce the election of Terry Gillis as Chairman of the Board of Managers. Terry will be replacing Larry Fisher. As Larry concludes his two-year term, he will continue to support CPI on the board as Chair Emeritus. “We can’t thank Larry enough for his leadership, dedication, and commitment to ensuring a successful future for CPI,” states Bill Kellner, President of Career Partners International.
As the owner of Carswell Partners, Terry has been with CPI for over 10 years. He has served on the Board of Managers for the prior 3 years, leading multiple committees and most recently as Vice-Chair. His commitment and contributions to the CPI organization have been well established.
“It is a tremendous honor to be elected chair of this board of managers that is comprised of a broad cross section of our partners. I can’t think of a better time to assume this awesome responsibility,” says Terry Gillis. “There is no question that we have some incredibly exciting opportunities ahead and I am so looking forward to continuing this group’s excellent work.”
Terry is the President and Managing Partner of Carswell Partners, a CPI Partner, in London, Ontario. His firm takes pride in leveraging cultural change, employee engagement, and leadership development to help employees and organizations achieve their goals. This approach combined with a reliance on scientifically validated data informs processes, drives performance, and decreases risk throughout his client organizations.
“I look forward to working alongside Terry in his new role. His entrepreneurial mindset and future focus are tremendous strengths in the organization. Terry has grown both Carswell Partners and CPI over the past decade, solidifying our reputation as the highest quality service provider for clients and participants. His unique perspective will drive us to create a more agile and effective CPI,” states Bill Kellner.