Sherrie Whatton

President/CEO, Staffing Solutions

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Western Kentucky University, Bachelors in Accounting

Sherrie Whatton is founder and CEO/President of LBMC Staffing Solutions, LLC, founded in 1998 and built on the mission of being the best rather than the biggest. Size came with taking the “clients and candidates first” approach, which is still the company foundation 25 years later.

Whatton and her team are genuinely passionate about having a positive impact on the lives of clients, giving them peace of mind in finding the talent they need to accomplish their mission, and candidates, helping them find that next best career opportunity. They strive to gain a detailed understanding of clients’ needs and recruit, qualify experienced and proven talent for their selection process.

LBMC Staffing Solutions is a third-party search firm specializing in recruitment of Direct-Hire, Contract and Contract-to-Hire professionals in the disciplines of Accounting/Financial, Human Resources, Information Technology and Executive Administrative. Its affiliation with Tennessee’s largest professional services firm allows greater access to respected employers and top talent in the market.

Sherrie started her career in auditing with Arthur Andersen, LLP before transitioning into financial recruiting.  Being in the recruitment industry now for 30+ years, Whatton understands the importance of culture and building high performance teams. Under her leadership, the LBMC Staffing Solutions team has accomplished tenure unparalleled in the recruiting and staffing industry, experienced consistent growth placing thousands in jobs, and served as a community impact player along with the LBMC Family of Companies.

Whatton is a long-time member of Vistage International, Women’s Presidents Organization, and serves on the Board of Directors for LBMC Financial Services and Raise the Roof Academy. She is an active member of CrossPoint church and supports multiple causes in the community that affect youth, advancing women, disease research and Christian ministry.

True happiness... is not attained through self-gratification, but through fidelity to a worthy purpose.
Helen Keller