Founded in 2003, Conde Group, Inc. is a global, award winning, woman-owned, professional staffing firm specializing in Information Technology, Project Management, and Finance and Accounting. We are headquartered in San Diego with locations in San Francisco, Dallas, Phoenix and Vancouver Canada. Conde Group, Inc.’s “bridge building” philosophy is simple – create partnerships with and between our clients and consultants to build value and establish ongoing, professional relationships.
We work towards this philosophy daily, by finding and attracting highly skilled consultants who are the best in their fields. We then work closely with our clients to understand in detail their business and specific staffing needs. Never satisfied with “good enough”, we strive to create the best possible matches based on the needs and expectations of both parties.
Our partnering philosophy uniquely positions us to build lasting relationships that add a level of quality unsurpassed in the staffing industry. In addition, we base our work on a foundation of ethical and professional behavior, mutual respect and added value. At the end of the day, we aspire to one thing – exceeding our clients’ and consultants’ expectations.
About Karen Conde
Founder & CEO
Conde Group, Inc. Founder and CEO, Karen Conde, has spent over 35 years turning her clients’ visions into reality. Karen focused the first phase of her career on the design and implementation of successful business strategies, holding numerous executive level positions at highly respected companies. Karen spent the last 21 years specializing in training and staffing for technical job classifications.
Ms. Conde instills a strong work ethic through her “lead by example” initiatives, and believes that a company is built upon the success of the team rather than the individuals.
In addition to Conde Group, Inc., Karen founded the non-profit organization Forgotten Victims, which provides support to those involved in automobile accidents which did not involve drugs or alcohol but that resulted in catastrophic injuries or death. To learn more about Forgotten Victims, please visit www.forgottenvictims.net