Salo LLC, the leader in driving business outcomes in finance, accounting and human resources, recently named Nick Stokes as Business Development Director and Minh Thi as Benefits Specialist in its Minneapolis office.

Nick Stokes

Stokes will be responsible for developing key client relationships with HR and business leaders in the Twin Cities metro area.

“Nick’s proven track record and strong passion for solving client challenges has served him well at every organization he’s worked with and we know he’ll help our clients meet their business goals,” says Jeff Donnay, Managing Director.

Prior to joining Salo, Stokes held senior roles at Ware Technology, formerly ProStaff Engineering as a Managing Director and Business Development Director.

Stokes graduated from the University of Wisconsin, LaCrosse with a Psychology degree.

Minh Thi

Also joining Stokes at Salo is Benefits Specialist, Minh Thi. Thi will assist the director of human resources in developing and implementing benefits initiatives and will be responsible for administering employee benefits programs and communication. She will use her extensive HR technology experience to manage existing HR systems and plan for future upgrades.

“Minh’s ability to step into a role, adapt to it and immediately improve it sets her apart from the pack,” says Nikki Kietzer, Human Resources Director. “We’re excited to see what this opportunity brings for each of us.”

Prior to joining Salo, Thi supported the Human Resource team in benefits and systems for Globe University, where she graduated with a Business degree.

Having lived in Vietnam, Paraguay and Brazil, Thi speaks three languages in addition to English: Vietnamese, Spanish and Portuguese.

 

About Salo, LLC

Salo is a staffing and consulting firm that drives business outcomes in finance, accounting and human resources by strategically placing senior-level professionals on a project or interim basis, as well as finance and accounting search services. Our award-winning firm has offices in the Greater Chicago and Greater Minneapolis-St. Paul regions. Let’s get solving.