Beth Garvey, Chair, President, & CEO of BGSF, Inc.


Beth Garvey joined BGSF (NYSE:BGSF), a multi-divisional talent solutions provider specializing in IT Consulting, Finance & Accounting, and Real Estate services, in 2013. A more than 23-year veteran of the industry, she began her career in 1998 with InStaff where she quickly moved into leadership and ultimately the CEO role prior to the company’s acquisition by BGSF in 2013. Once again, she progressed quickly – as COO of the combined companies, she led efforts to integrate and consolidate numerous acquisitions. In 2018, Beth became CEO and has since continued consolidation efforts including the launch of an entire system upgrade positioning the organization for continued success through strong organic and acquisition growth. In 2022, Beth was elected Chair of the corporation’s Board of Directors.

Staffing Industry Analysts have recognized her as one of North America Staffing 100 for the previous three years and included her in the Global Power 150 – Women in Staffing list for the past four years. Garvey was named as a finalist in the EY Entrepreneur of the Year® 2020 Award for the Southwest region. She is a four-time recipient of D CEO’s top Dallas 500 Business Leaders and was a Dallas Business Journal ‘Women in Business’ 2010 honoree recognizing outstanding women business leaders who not only make a difference in their industries but also in their communities.

As someone who believes in the ripple effect of helping people find jobs, the connection between education and the workforce, and the impact it has on communities, Beth is actively involved in organizations that support business, women, and those who are underserved. She currently serves on the Board of Directors of the National Association of Corporate Directors in North Texas, Junior Achievement of Dallas, and the Dallas Regional Chamber, where she is a member of the DEI Diversity Leadership Sub-Council, prior Co-Chair of the Talent Attraction Committee, and prior Chair of the Executive Women’s Roundtable. She is a member of YTexas and founding Board Member of the YTexas Foundation an initiative of Texas CEOs to help advance workforce development initiatives for students and veterans in the State of Texas. In addition, she is a member of the Leadership Committee for the Dallas 50/50 Women on Boards.

Douglas E. Hailey


Mr. Hailey served on the board of managers of LTN Acquisition, LLC (the former parent of the predecessor to BGSF, Inc.) since its inception and was appointed to our Board in November 2013. Mr. Hailey is the managing director of Taglich Private Equity LLC. Mr. Hailey joined Taglich Brothers, Inc. in 1994 as Head of Investment Banking and is an employee, not a partner, director, shareholder or executive officer. Taglich Brothers, Inc. is not an affiliate of Taglich Private Equity LLC. He co-led the private equity initiative in 2001 and currently participates in evaluating and executing new investments. Prior to joining Taglich Brothers, Mr. Hailey spent five years with Weatherly Financial Group, assisting in sponsoring leveraged buyouts and five years in structured finance lending at Heller Financial and the Bank of New York. He received a Bachelor of Business Administration from Eastern New Mexico University and a Master of Business Administration in Finance from the University of Texas.

Richard L. Baum, Jr.


Mr. Baum served on the board of managers of LTN Acquisition, LLC (the former parent of the predecessor to BGSF, Inc.) since its inception and was appointed to serve on our Board in November 2013. Since March 2013, Mr. Baum has been Chairman of the Board of Unique Fabricating, Inc. (NYSE MKT: UFAB), which is an automotive die-cut fabricator of non-metallic materials. Mr. Baum joined Taglich Private Equity LLC in 2005 and currently is an active director with a number of private companies where Taglich Private Equity LLC has an investment. Prior to joining Taglich Private Equity LLC, Mr. Baum led a group that purchased a private equity portfolio from Transamerica Business Credit. From 1998 to 2003, Mr. Baum was a Managing Director in the small business merger and acquisition practices of Wachovia Securities and its predecessor, First Union Securities. From 1988 through 1998, Mr. Baum was a Principal with the Mid-Atlantic Companies, Ltd., a financial services firm acquired by First Union in 1998. Mr. Baum received a Bachelor of Science from Drexel University and a Master of Business Administration from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

C. David Allen, Jr.


Since 2016, Mr. Allen has served as Chief Financial Officer of Smart Start, LLC, a provider of automotive technology products. Prior to Smart Start, from 2015 to 2016, Mr. Allen has served as Chief Financial Officer of Graebel Vanlines Holdings, LLC, a provider of commercial and residential logistics, moving and storage services. Prior to Graebel, from 2009 to 2015, Mr. Allen served as an officer of Snelling Services, LLC, a workforce solutions, contract and temporary staffing services provider. From 2010 to 2015, Mr. Allen served as President and Chief Executive Officer. From 2009 to 2010 he served as Chief Financial Officer. Prior to Snelling, Mr. Allen served for three years as Chief Operating Officer and six years as Chief Financial Officer for Telvista Inc., a business process outsourcer providing customer relationship management solutions. He earned a Master of Business Administration degree from the Tuck School at Dartmouth College in 1993 and received a Bachelor of Business Administration from Stephen F. Austin State University with honors in 1986.

Paul A. Seid


Since 2010, Mr. Seid has served on the board of directors of BioVentrix, a medical device company. Starting in 2013, he has served as Chief Executive Officer of RST Automation, a hospital instrumentation automation developer which was established 2004. For the past sixteen years he has been President of Strategic Data Marketing, a research and data collection company. He has also founded, bought and/or sold over twenty companies in Asia, Europe, North, and South America. Mr. Seid graduated from Queen’s College, a division of the City University of New York, in 1968 with a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science. Mr. Seid has held numerous other board of directors and consulting positions.

Cynthia Marshall


Ms. Marshall is currently the CEO of the Dallas Mavericks, is Founder, President and CEO of the consulting firm Marshalling Resources. The Marshalling Resources consulting firm specializes in leadership, diversity and inclusion, culture transformation and overall optimization of people resources. Ms. Marshall worked with The Dow Chemical Company in 2017-2018 to develop and implement a strategy for institutionalizing an inclusive culture. Prior to this position, Ms. Marshall retired a 36-year career at AT&T, as SVP - Human Resources and Chief Diversity Officer. She was responsible for identifying and developing leaders, aligning employees with the company’s vision and priorities, overseeing major business unit HR support, performance development, employee engagement, skills transformation initiatives, EEO and Affirmative Action. She led the team that created a world class Diversity and Inclusion culture, earning AT&T a top 3 ranking on Diversity Inc’s 2017 Top 50 list of companies.

Ms. Marshall also spearheaded the work that for the first-time placed AT&T on Fortune’s 100 Best Companies to Work For list in 2017 (one of only two Fortune 50 companies). Before her SVP-Human Resources and Chief Diversity Officer roles, Ms. Marshall served as President - AT&T North Carolina where she became the first African-American chair of the North Carolina State Chamber of Commerce. Marshall graduated from the University of California-Berkeley with degrees in Business Administration and Human Resources Management and holds four honorary Doctorate degrees. Ms. Marshall has chaired a variety of non-profit boards and is currently on the board of Dallas CASA, Dallas Regional Chamber, Texas Women’s Foundation, Texas 2036 and a member of the Executive Leadership Council.

Donna Carroll


Ms. Carroll is a 30-year veteran and leading strategic thinker and innovator in the professional services and staffing industry and was most recently Chief Sales Officer for a $400 million private U.S. healthcare staffing and professional services company. Carroll founded Human Factor Consulting, LLC during the pandemic to provide board advisory, consulting, and leadership development to the public sector and non-profit organizations. She has a reputation for excellence and has held leadership positions in global organizations, including Adecco, Randstad, and CDI, and was Global President for North Highland Consulting, where she was head of sales operations, talent acquisition and resource management.

Additionally, Carroll serves on several boards to help and support disabled people in her community, as well as support programs to advance women into leadership roles, such as the American Staffing Association Women in Leadership. She also serves as committee member and mentor in the Greater Atlanta area through Bobby Dodd Institute & Pathfinders. Carroll is a Certified Executive Coach holding a PCC through the International Coaching Federation and holds certifications in cultural transformation and change management from Barrett Values Centre and The Future of the Workplace through Wharton School of Business.