John H. Hawkins, President and CEO of Pathfinder Management Consulting has joined Management Performance International, Inc. (MPI) as Owner/Partner and Board Member, effective July 1, 2011.
Mr. Hawkins has more than 27 years of experience in executive positions with global organizations such as Procter & Gamble, Novartis, Kellogg’s and Glendinning Management Consulting. A graduate of the University of Mississippi, Mr. Hawkins obtained a Bachelor of Business Administration in Banking and Finance in 1984. During his professional career, Mr. Hawkins has worked in Sales, Marketing, Supply Chain and Human Resources. He has extensive experience in leading and developing organizations both domestically and globally. His affiliations include the Greater Cincinnati Area Chamber of Commerce, the P&G Alumni Network, Organizational Development and Training Forum, the In-Store Marketing Institute, and the National Black MBA Association. Most recently, Mr. Hawkins was recognized by Cambridge Who’s Who for his business contributions, dedication, leadership and excellence in consulting services and business management over the past twenty-five years. Mr. Hawkins does a tremendous amount of work in his community, especially with the Greater Cincinnati YMCA. He enjoys traveling, golf and exercising in his free time.
“John has an outstanding track record of exceeding his clients’ expectations for timely, innovative and successful solutions. We are very fortunate to have his expertise and focused efforts on behalf of MPI and its clients. I look forward to many future successes together,” said Jim Taylor, President and CEO of MPI.
“I am excited for the opportunity to become Owner/Partner and Board Member of MPI,” said John Hawkins. “This business has been extremely successful over the past 37 years with its range of capabilities in Organizational Development, Labor Relations, Compensation, and Human Resources. MPI’s capabilities truly benefit organizations large and small. This is an exciting time for MPI, Pathfinder, and our clients.”