Mr. Jim Donnelly is a Vice President with Dinte where he conducts senior-level executive searches for a diverse portfolio of clients with a particular focus on the defense, intelligence, and federal civilian markets. Mr. Donnelly has more than twenty years of executive search, recruiting, and talent acquisition experience within the federal government contracting industry providing him a strong understanding of the executive leadership landscape in this competitive market. Throughout his career, Mr. Donnelly has conducted recruiting assignments in functional areas such as operations, business development, engineering, and corporate leadership with an emphasis on the cyber, intelligence, and federal healthcare sectors.
Prior to joining Dinte, Mr. Donnelly led talent acquisition and recruiting functions for numerous organizations including ManTech, Dynamics Research Corporation, HPTi, and SAIC. Jim’s experience leading recruiting organizations affords him the ability to relate to the challenges and complexities many of our clients face when attempting to attract, recruit, and acquire the very best leadership executives in the marketplace.
Mr. Donnelly is an active member of the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA) and the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). He received a bachelor’s degree in political science from Marist College.
Fun fact that people wouldn't know about me: I compete in 2-3 Century (100 mile) bike rides each year.
Had to renew my passport and get passports for my children before going to: Canada. My 2 son's play travel hockey and we have a couple tournaments there this coming season.
If I could have dinner with any historical figure, it would be: Abraham Lincoln. He led the US through one of its toughest periods. I would love to sit down and discuss how he led the country through the Civil War and the abolition of slavery and how he strengthened the federal government.
If I had a time machine, I would: hopefully decide to travel back in time to see the signing of the Declaration of Independence, but I would probably just end up going back a few years to select the winning Powerball numbers for a huge jackpot.