John R. Deen has been in the technology consulting business since 1985. Prior to forming emerging minds in 2000, he was a partner with a privately-held information technology consulting firm that he sold to a New York-based public company, where he focused on technology-related assignments.
John has successfully managed technology-level engagements across all functional disciplines. Clients represent a broad spectrum of the computer and technology industries, including software, systems, Internet, and Information Technology services.
The foundation of John’s vision has always been quality. He is committed to the long-term success of his clients by finding a unique place for each individual within emerging minds platform of capabilities. He maximizes his client’s satisfaction by applying his time, energy & knowledge to their specific situation.
A native of Texas, John graduated in 1984 from the University of North Texas (UNT) in Denton, Texas. He earned a Bachelor’s degree in Business. John is married and has three children.
emerging minds values maintaining and fostering relationships to exceed client expectations.
“John is redefining the Placement business. His counsel on hiring strategies and candidates have proven on the mark every-time. More importantly, his personal knowledge of what works and what doesn’t allowed us to focus on the right people.” President, Advertising Firm
“I have known John, as an excellent recruiting professional, since the mid-90’s. John ensures the best personal fit, which is way beyond just the best technical fit, and this makes him my first call when we need to ramp up on new positions. Once the person is placed, John makes sure that we are continually satisfied with the results! And ‘results’ are what we hire for.” Development Manager, Software Development Firm
“I rarely (if ever) use recruiters to find candidates for my open positions. John Deen is an exception. His focus is on building relationships. His style is refreshing – in a world of in-your-face recruiters that you can’t politely get off the phone. John is networked and should be in everyone’s address book.” Internet Director, Major Hospitality Company