Rural Sourcing Inc. Names Margaux Kaynard Human Resources and Recruiting Manager

ATLANTA, February 17, 2012 – Rural Sourcing Inc., the leading cost-effective, onshore alternative to the traditional model for IT outsourcing, has named Margaux Kaynard as its new Manager of Human Resources and Recruiting.

Ms. Kaynard, who had been the Senior Corporate Recruiter and Corporate Employee Relations Partner at Unisource Worldwide, will be responsible for managing all of Rural Sourcing’s recruiting efforts in Jonesboro, AR, Augusta, GA, and Atlanta, GA. In addition, Mrs. Kaynard will be responsible for the overall talent management including recruitment, retention and career growth.

“After an extensive search we found in Margaux the person who brings tremendous outside experience, who will be able to lead our recruiting and HR efforts as we continue our mission, and most importantly who embodies the core values of RSI,” noted Monty Hamilton, CEO of Rural Sourcing Inc.

Ms. Kaynard brings a decade of recruiting and HR experience from her time at Walt Disney, Newell Rubbermaid and most recently in Atlanta at Unisource Worldwide.

She earned a Masters of Public Administration from the University of Central Florida and a BA in Political Science from West Virginia University.

About Rural Sourcing Inc. 
Rural Sourcing Inc. (RSI) is the leading IT outsourcing provider with a cost-effective, agile approach to software development, support and maintenance of critical business and cloud applications. By providing an alternative to offshore outsourcing, RSI eliminates the obstacles of time zones, distance, language, and geopolitical risks. With development centers strategically located throughout the United States, RSI leverages untapped, highly skilled IT resources in mid-size metro cities to provide world-class solutions for Fortune 1000 clients across various industries including consumer & retail goods, financial services, healthcare, hi-tech, insurance, and pharmaceutical.

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