Specializes in the recruitment of information technology professionals in the Chicagoland area
LMB Associates assists clients in building strong, high-performing teams in all functions and industries. We have particular expertise in identifying hard-to-find technology, finance, accounting and general management candidates and in managing the hiring process for small and midsize businesses.
We have the experience, talent, credibility and credentials to provide professional recruitment services by:
Listening to understand your organizational goals and company culture
Thoughtfully interviewing and intelligently filtering potential candidates
Presenting only top-quality candidates that meet your professional and cultural needs
Providing peace of mind by allowing you and your team to focus on your business
We aim to be a partner in our clients’ successes and to help our clients uncover the talent they need to succeed. Although the recruitment business can be transactional, LMB Associates believes in a collaborative, personalized approach to recruiting, building valued relationships with both clients and candidates.
Lorena Blonsky has successfully serviced over 150 clients by placing professionals in a variety of roles, from entry level to executive. She has conducted search assignments in a variety of industries and across many functional areas including technology, finance, sales and marketing, human resources, operations and general management.
Prior to founding LMB Associates in 1989, Lorena was a Senior Associate at Korn/Ferry International. She earned an MBA in Finance and Marketing from the University of Chicago and a BA in Economics from Cornell University.
Lorena is a Past President of the University of Chicago Women’s Business Group and of Congregation B’nai Torah. Lorena currently serves as President of the Board of Directors for Southeast Lake County Faith in Action Volunteers. In addition, she serves on the Cornell Alumni Admissions Ambassador Network and is an active member of Trusted Advisors Council and leads the Northbrook chapter.