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May 21, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Resources Connection, Inc. (NASDAQ: RECN), a multinational professional services firm and parent company of
Resources Global Professionals ("RGP"), is pleased to announce that
Kevin Deely has joined the Company as senior practice director of the
Supply Chain Management (SCM) practice. He is focused on leading RGP's
Conflict Minerals practice as well as developing solutions around supply chain risk, compliance and sustainability.
"We are thrilled to have Kevin as part of the leadership team for our SCM practice," said
Jonathan Wesoky, RGP's global managing director of SCM. "Having helped companies develop innovative risk and compliance strategies, Kevin brings significant, hands-on experience to our Company. We look forward to utilizing his expertise to build upon our success in Conflict Minerals and with our broader Supply Chain Management offerings."
Washington D.C., Deely comes to RGP from KPMG where he was one of the key leaders in the Supply Chain Strategy and Operations practice. While at KPMG, Deely was an integral part of the firm's Supply Chain Resilience and Conflict Minerals efforts supporting the development of methodologies, client engagement materials and delivering end-to-end Conflict Minerals programs.
Prior to KPMG, Deely was with
Booz Allen Hamilton in the Strategy & Operations practice helping clients in the commercial and public sector. His background includes over 16 years in various supply chain operations and management consulting roles.
"I'm excited to be a part of RGP," said Deely. "Companies today face a multitude of risk and compliance challenges across their supply chains. By providing a flexible and value-based approach to solving these challenges, RGP offers a compelling alternative to traditional management consultancies. I look forward to helping companies solve these complex and emerging issues."