Search engine firm TalentDrive hires Allstate exec

By Becky Yerak
Posted Nov. 3, 2010 at 11:06 a.m.

TalentDrive, the Chicago-based online resume search engine company founded by a former Leo Burnett executive, has hired former Allstate Corp. manager Jeff Tomaszewski as its chief technology officer.

TalentDrive’s chief executive is Sean Bisceglia, who in 1998 sold his technology marketing firm to Leo Burnett and later became the ad firm’s technology group CEO.

In May TalentDrive was highlighted in a U.S. News & World Report article on “How to Stand Out from the Crowd.” The company’s search engine is called TalentFilter.

Its advisory board includes Ellen Carnahan, a former private equity executive with William Blair; Dan Yih, a former GTCR principal who is now chief operating officer of Starwood Capital Group; Jerry Putnam, formerĀ  president of NYSE Group; Joe Shenton, a director in the Chicago office of Barclays wealth unit; and Steve Korol, a former president of RR Donnelley’s logistics print and package distribution unit.

Tomaszewski most recently served as a technology lead manager at Northbrook-based Allstate.

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