Plano Consulting Firm BGSF Expands Its Board of Directors

Donna Carroll is a 30-year veteran and leading strategic thinker and innovator in the professional services and staffing industry and was most recently chief sales officer for a $400 million private U.S. healthcare staffing and professional services company.

Plano-based BGSF Inc., a growing provider of consulting, managed services, and professional workforce solutions, expanded its board of directors to seven members with the appointment of Donna Carroll.

“We are excited to welcome Donna to the BGSF’s Board of Directors. Her passionate leadership and deep industry experience further strengthens our organization. I look forward to working with Donna as we continue to advance the company’s long-term growth strategy and our ability to drive long term shareholder returns,” Chair, President and CEO Beth Garvey said in a statement.

Carroll is a 30-year veteran and leading strategic thinker and innovator in the professional services and staffing industry and was most recently chief sales officer for a $400 million private U.S. healthcare staffing and professional services company, BGSF said.

During the pandemic, she founded Human Factor Consulting LLC to provide board advisory, consulting, and leadership development to the public sector and nonprofit organizations. The company said Carroll has a reputation for excellence and has held leadership positions in global organizations, including Adecco, Randstad, and CDI, and was global president for North Highland Consulting, where she was head of sales operations, talent acquisition and resource management.

Carroll serves on several boards to help and support disabled people in her community, as well as support programs to advance women into leadership roles, such as the American Staffing Association Women in Leadership.

Carroll’s appointment brings the total number of BGSF directors to seven, with six deemed independent, the company said.

“People are the single most important element in the professional services industry. Beth and the leadership team at BGSF understand this, which has allowed them to accelerate the Company’s growth by making their clients, candidates, and staff the center of their value proposition. I am thrilled to step alongside Beth Garvey and her leadership team to serve on the board of directors of BGSF and be a part of supporting their continued success,” Carroll said in a statement.

BGSF provides consulting, managed services and professional workforce solutions to a variety of industries through its various divisions in IT, cyber, finance and accounting, managed services, and real estate (apartment communities and commercial buildings).

Get on the list.
Dallas Innovates, every day.

Sign up to keep your eye on what’s new and next in Dallas-Fort Worth, every day.

One quick signup, and you’re done.  

R E A D   N E X T

  • In this week’s roundup of hires, promotions, and accolades in North Texas, you’ll also find news from Exela Technologies, Newmark, OrangeGrid, RailPros, Aimbridge Hospitality, Integrity Marketing Group, Smoothie King, Bank of Texas, MD7, Salvation Army, and more. Plus, you'll find board appointments including Texas Mutual Insurance, Zimperium, and the Ebby Halliday Foundation.

  • Blackboxstocks Inc. announced that Keller Reid has been appointed to the company's board of directors. The Dallas-based company is a financial technology and social media hybrid platform that offers real-time proprietary analytics for stock and options traders of all levels. “We are extremely pleased to welcome Keller Reid as a member of our board. We believe that Keller’s vast industry knowledge and long-standing relationships with leading financial institutions will benefit Blackbox as we launch an initiative to sell our proprietary technology on an enterprise level and expand our addressable market to include a B2B model,” Gust Kepler, CEO of Blackboxstocks,…

  • Bill Mahomes has joined the board of directors of Dallas-based Vista Bank. Formerly a partner at Bracewell LLP, Mahomes first joined Vista Bank as executive vice president and general counsel in 2021. "I’ve met very few men in my life that I can genuinely say I both respect and admire,” John D. Steinmetz, president and CEO of Vista Bank, said in a statement. "From his history as the first black student to graduate from the Texas A&M Corps of Cadets to now serving as vice-chairman of the TAMU Board of Regents, and his countless other accomplishments including receiving the TAMU…

  • Claudia Saenz Amlie has been appointed as an independent board member by Omni Logistics, a Dallas-based technology-driven provider of global multimodal logistics solutions and specialized services. "We are excited to welcome the unique skill set, and ideas Claudia brings to Omni Logistics as we continue our growth trajectory and seek to expand our business," JJ Schickel, CEO of Omni Logistics, said in a statement. "Her experience across multiple industries including financial services, consumer products and services, and B2B offer fresh thinking and will complement our ideas, processes, and strategies." Currently she serves as the chief people officer and SVP of…

  • Dallas-based manufacturing company ATI Inc. announced that global business leader Ruby Sharma has been appointed to its board of directors. Sharma has cross-sector financial and audit committee expertise, and she has a track record of strengthening regulator and investor relationships, and incorporating diversity, equity and inclusion with Fortune 500 multi-national corporations. "Ruby is a renowned financial expert in the field of audit and risk," ATI Board Chair, President, and CEO Robert S. Wetherbee said in a statement. "Her expertise in financial oversight and transformational change and work as a change enabler will be invaluable to ATI and our Board. Ruby's…