In 1999, Harley Lippman asked 12 of his former colleagues to help him build a professional technology services firm that companies across the U.S. would rely on to deliver experienced, professional business and IT talent. Ten colleagues said yes, and the company was named Genesis10 in their honor.
Today, Genesis10 provides staffing, workforce optimization and domestic outsourcing solutions. Recognized by Gartner as a Top 20 IT Staffing Firm in the U.S., the company is dedicated to helping companies implement business and technology initiatives cost-effectively. Genesis10's unique hybrid service model adapts and scales to deliver proven business and technology professionals how, when and where needed.
Clients include some of the world’s most recognized public and private companies in industries including financial services, energy, healthcare, insurance, communications, consumer products, manufacturing and technology.
Based in New York, Genesis10 has grown organically at an annualized rate of 29 percent and has more than 2,000 employees and consultants and more than 20 sales and recruiting offices throughout North America, including six domestic delivery centers.
Prior to starting Genesis10, Harley was the founder and sole owner of Triad Data Inc., an information technology consulting firm. Harley sold Triad Data in 1998 just before founding Genesis10. Harley serves on the boards of many business, educational and cultural organizations. He is an Executive Committee member on the American Israel Public Affairs Committee. He serves by Presidential appointment and Senate confirmation as a member of the U.S. Commission for the Preservation of America’s Heritage Abroad. He is a board member of the Yale School of Management Board of Advisors and is a member of the Dean’s Advisory Board at Columbia University’s Graduate School of International and Public Affairs. To read more about Harley Lippman's Story on perseverance: Proving People Wrong. Currently, Harley resides in Miami Beach, Florida.
A dedicated philanthropist, Lippman and his family have been the sole supporters of the Center for Cultural Development & Popular Khmer Arts (CDPAK) orphanage near Siem Reap, Cambodia. At the orphanage, the children are taught English and the Cambodian culture. Lippman is committed to providing assistance to these children so that they can find work and a way out of poverty.