Kendley Davenport becomes new entrant to Staffing Industry Analysts’ list, which profiles industry leaders in how workforce solution ecosystems are evolving
CHERRY HILL, NJ – Kendley Davenport, the chief executive officer (CEO) of Source4Teachers, a leading national provider of educational managed solutions in K-12 schools, has been named to the 2017 Staffing 100 list by Staffing Industry Analysts. The list profiles industry leaders in how workforce solution ecosystems are evolving.
“Catching the attention of the Staffing 100 list is a direct result of the growing demand for our services,” Mr. Davenport said. “The excellent job our substitutes are doing in classrooms around the country is what enables recognition like this. I am proud of my team and humbled to be included in this year’s list.”
The Staffing 100 list selects leaders of organizations that are competing, pushing the boundaries of excellence, innovating and inspiring others to go beyond traditional models of staffing. In 2017, Staffing Industry Analysts predicts 4% growth within the industry and projects the US staffing market will generate a record $145 billion.
“This list is not a ranking,” said Staffing Industry Analysts in a release. “Yes, we call it the Staffing 100 list, but we have a host of executives whose companies reflect the world of work: recruitment process outsourcing, MSP and VMS providers, online staffing platforms, just to name a few. The Staffing 100 luminaries do all this and more to earn their spot on the list.”
The announcement points to a string of recent events which indicate extraordinary momentum for Source4Teachers into the New Year. Last August, the organization moved into the nation’s top ten fastest-growing staffing firms for the first time, placing seventh on the Staffing Industry Analysts’ 2016 List. In November, Mr. Davenport was named a recipient of the 2017 Future 50 Awards by Philadelphia SmartCEO, an honor which recognizes Greater Philadelphia’s 50 fastest-growing mid-sized companies as demonstrated by a combined three-year average of revenue and employee growth.
“The need for substitute teachers is not diminishing,” Mr. Davenport said. “As more schools and school districts realize that we can help alleviate the burden of managing that system, we expect our trajectory to continue. We’ve developed a strong, reliable method for filling absences and look forward to extending it to help more education partners this year.”
Recognized with several awards for its entrepreneurial vision and growth, Source4Teachers has become a national leader in educational services. They are two-time recipients of the Philadelphia Business Journal’s South Jersey Entrepreneur Award and have received the Best Place to Work Award from both the Philadelphia Business Journal and South Jersey Biz magazine.
Established in 2000, Source4Teachers is a leading provider of educational managed solutions. They recruit, hire, train, place and manage qualified substitute teachers, substitute paraprofessionals and educational support staff throughout the U.S. Each day, the organization fills more than 6,500 daily and long-term school vacancies for more than 250 partners serving one million students. For more information, call (877) 983-2244 or visit Source4Teachers.com.