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Dr. Miguel Corona

Managing Principal & Founder, AdMentis Hispanic Talent Solutions

Dr. Miguel Corona is the Managing Principal and Founder of AdMentis Hispanic Talent Solutions, a firm dedicated to helping employers understand, recruit, and retain Hispanic college graduate and entry-level talent. Miguel is also the publisher of Hispanic Talent Memo, a blog which examines Hispanics in the workforce and discusses how Hispanic culture can potentially impact their experiences in organizational settings. Follow Miguel on Twitter at MiguelACorona, to check out his latest updates.

Miguel has over 16 years of professional experience crossing two industries: business and higher education. He gained first-hand knowledge about Hispanic career-related topics working in the Career Center at the University of Texas at El Paso, one of the largest Hispanic-serving institutions in the United States.

Miguel also has extensive experience designing and implementing successful corporate recruitment strategies aimed at attracting the best and most diverse talent for a number of organizations including Nestle, USA and Security Capital Group.

Miguel holds a Doctorate of Management in Organizational Leadership, and his research work focuses on the leadership attributes and experiences of professional Hispanics in the workplace. Miguel is an active member of several Hispanic professional and community organizations in Cincinnati, Ohio. Miguel is also a faculty member at several academic institutions including the University of Phoenix, Strayer University, and Axia College where he facilitates graduate and undergraduate courses.

Paul Sevcik

Client Services Manager, The Gabriel Institute

Paul Sevcik completed the International MBA program at Temple University. Paul was born in Poland, is fluent in French, studied in Paris and traveled to nine other European countries, and that’s just the beginning of his international work and travel experience.

While in the United States, studying at Temple’s Philadelphia, campus, he consulted with a startup company in Israel interested in adding smells to video games, during this collaboration, Paul took a week-long trip to Israel to meet with the clients. On that same trip he traveled to Shanghai for a week of business visits with his classmates before going to Japan to finish his International MBA at Temple University’s Tokyo campus.  While in Tokyo, when Paul wasn’t wrapped up in his studies, he climbed Mount Fuji and visited various sites in Tokyo’s vicinity. He even experienced a minor earthquake! 

After finishing his IMBA, Paul traveled to Australia and New Zealand for week-long tours before returning to the United States to earn an MS in Human Resources Management, graduating in January 2009. 

During his MS studies, Paul worked as in intern at The Gabriel Institute, a company in Philadelphia, which provides assessments that use behavior as a predictor of performance (and success!) on the job.  Paul was hired full time into The Gabriel Institute after attaining his degree and is thrilled to be working as their Client Services Manager. 

From customer support to partner training to managing current interns, Paul’s time is focused on letting the world know that Role-Based Assessment is a completely new way to predict how someone will perform on a team! 

When not working, Paul enjoys outdoor activities, travel, photography and keeping up with his blog. 


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