BCCM is an authority on talent acquisition and career strategy, advising a select group of companies and individuals globally. Billy Clark and Clayton Apgar lead BCCM Talent Acquisition and are the authors of 'The Little Book to Land Your Dream Job' and the creators of 'The Hire Life' podcast.
Billy Clark is the Founder of BCCM. Prior to BCCM, he spent eleven years building the recruiting firm Jack Kelly & Partners after starting his career in investor relations at Taylor Rafferty. A graduate of Boston College, where he majored in Marketing at the Carroll School of Management and received a minor in French from the School of Arts & Sciences, he divides his time between New York and Los Angeles.
Clayton Apgar is a Partner at BCCM. He began his career in public relations at Enterprise Community Partners and for seven years was an actor, working on Broadway, on television and in films. For two years he was on the design team at Michael S Smith and previously led an eponymous interior design practice. He received an MFA in Acting. from the Graduate Acting Program at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and an AB in History from Princeton University. He lives with his wife, actress Kate Morgan Chadwick, and their son in Southern California.
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BCCM is a thought partner, advising clients on strategy, structure and operations to enable organizational transformation and growth. In short, we are an extension of a client’s brain trust. We are keenly attuned to the creative process and to the specific needs and values of each client and its leadership. Our proprietary approach maximizes personal executive potential to create both strategic direction and peace of mind by providing strategic advice and tactical support in the following areas:
Everett Hollander is a Partner at BCCM. Previously, he was COO of BIG - Bjarke Ingels Group, where he oversaw the firm's global operations and expansion. Everett began his career as an architect. He is an authority on creative business operations. He speaks regularly on creative business practices and has taught at NYU and IE University in Madrid. A graduate of the University of Texas, Austin, where he majored in Architecture and minored in Art History, he lives with his husband, civil rights attorney Antony Gemmell, in Brooklyn.
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