Yoh Names New President of Health & Life Sciences

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<strong>Philadelphia &mdash; Oct. 16</strong><br />Yoh, a provider of talent and outsourcing services and a unit of Day & Zimmermann, has announced that Pete Ferguson, a 23-year company veteran, has been appointed president of health and life sciences, and Avi Khilnani has been promoted to regional president of Yoh&#39;s west region.<br /><br />Ferguson is recognized for his extensive experience in each aspect of Yoh&#39;s health and life sciences business. <br /><br />Ferguson joined Yoh in 1984, and after serving in a number of positions, he was promoted district vice president for the Mid-Atlantic, where he was instrumental in growing that district into one of the largest in the company&#39;s history. <br /><br />He became president of Yoh&#39;s east region in 2006.<br /><br />Khilnani brings more than 13 years of management experience to his new position. Prior to joining Yoh, Khilnani was president of On Staff. He has also served in a variety of senior-level roles at Kforce. <br /><br />As a result of these changes, Charlie Jones has been appointed president of Yoh&#39;s east region, after serving as president of Yoh&#39;s west region.  <br /><br />Jones joined Yoh in 2004 as vice president of process and operations, with 28 years of experience in a wide range of positions in the talent industry, including vice president and general manager for Oxford Global Resources.<br /><br />”We are proud that our next generation of leaders comes from within the Yoh organization,” COO Larry Stanczak said. “Pete, Avi and Charlie are motivated and talented individuals with a deep background in the industry, making them the perfect candidates for these leadership roles. They have exhibited exceptional dedication to broadening the reach of Yoh&#39;s services and growing our relationship with customers across the United States.”

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