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ASQ

Background Information

Employment History

President

Tonia Deal Consultants Inc

Member, Akron Headquarters Office and Hudson Franchise Office

Sanford Rose Associates

Affiliations

Long Standing Member
Cleveland Chapter of Purchasing Management

Long Standing Member
Institute for Supply Management

Long Standing Member
American Society for Quality

Board Member
Akron University

Web References (32 Total References)


Tonia Deal, President of ...

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Tonia Deal, President of Tonia Deal Consultants, Inc. Tonia Deal has always been a very active person and started working at a very young age. At 16, she went into a temp agency and was hired as a file clerk making $5.50 an hour. A nationwide recruiting firm headquartered in Akron, Ohio owned the agency, and this is where her future in recruiting began.

On January 1, 1993 Deal opened the doors to Tonia Deal Consultants, Inc. in Hudson Ohio. She was referred to Navistar International out of Chicago and accepted a search for a Director of Purchasing. Within a couple of months she had spoken to over 300 individuals from the Big Three Auto players. She ended up recruiting a candidate from Ford and subsequently placed over 70 key individuals within Navistar.
Deal is the sole owner of her firm and a member of ISM, APICS, ASQ, and several other supply chain organizations. She has been published several times over the years in Purchasing Magazine and most recently was asked to join the Board of Directors for Akron University. She has a database of over 7,000 candidates worldwide.
Since the company began, Tonia Deal Consultants has had clients in all industries including American Airlines, Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, Goodyear Tire & Rubber, Honda, Ryerson Steel, Rolls Royce, Electrolux, Moen, Lord Corporation, IndyMac Bank, Ebay, and the list goes on. The commonality is all within purchasing and global supply chain management. Deal has recruited for positions based in China, Taiwan, Singapore, and Europe. Still a vast amount of her recruiting is done in North America.
Certification by NWBOC has helped Deal's company out quite a bit over the past few years. "Initially it's a little like buying a house," said Deal. "They need information and more information and you think it's never going to happen. It was definitely worth the wait. My clientele is very happy about it because my firm now falls under the supplier diversity category."
To learn more about Deal and her company, visit www.tdcsupplychain.com.


September 2008

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Tonia Deal has always been a very active person and started working at a very young age. At 16, she went into a temp agency and was hired as a file clerk making $5.50 an hour. A nationwide recruiting firm headquartered in Akron, Ohio owned the agency, and this is where her future in recruiting began.

On January 1, 1993 Deal opened the doors to Tonia Deal Consultants, Inc. in Hudson Ohio. She was referred to Navistar International out of Chicago and accepted a search for a Director of Purchasing. Within a couple of months she had spoken to over 300 individuals from the Big Three Auto players. She ended up recruiting a candidate from Ford and subsequently placed over 70 key individuals within Navistar.
Deal is the sole owner of her firm and a member of ISM, APICS, ASQ, and several other supply chain organizations. She has been published several times over the years in Purchasing Magazine and most recently was asked to join the Board of Directors for Akron University. She has a database of over 7,000 candidates worldwide.
Since the company began, Tonia Deal Consultants has had clients in all industries including American Airlines, Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, Goodyear Tire & Rubber, Honda, Ryerson Steel, Rolls Royce, Electrolux, Moen, Lord Corporation, IndyMac Bank, Ebay, and the list goes on. The commonality is all within purchasing and global supply chain management. Deal has recruited for positions based in China, Taiwan, Singapore, and Europe. Still a vast amount of her recruiting is done in North America.
Certification by NWBOC has helped Deal's company out quite a bit over the past few years. "Initially it's a little like buying a house," said Deal. "They need information and more information and you think it's never going to happen. It was definitely worth the wait. My clientele is very happy about it because my firm now falls under the supplier diversity category."
To learn more about Deal and her company, visit www.tdcsupplychain.com.


Tonia Deal has always been a ...

www.nwboc.org [cached]

Tonia Deal has always been a very active person and started working at a very young age. At 16, she went into a temp agency and was hired as a file clerk making $5.50 an hour. A nationwide recruiting firm headquartered in Akron, Ohio owned the agency, and this is where her future in recruiting began.

On January 1, 1993 Deal opened the doors to Tonia Deal Consultants, Inc. in Hudson Ohio. She was referred to Navistar International out of Chicago and accepted a search for a Director of Purchasing. Within a couple of months she had spoken to over 300 individuals from the Big Three Auto players. She ended up recruiting a candidate from Ford and subsequently placed over 70 key individuals within Navistar.
Deal is the sole owner of her firm and a member of ISM, APICS, ASQ, and several other supply chain organizations. She has been published several times over the years in Purchasing Magazine and most recently was asked to join the Board of Directors for Akron University. She has a database of over 7,000 candidates worldwide.
Since the company began, Tonia Deal Consultants has had clients in all industries including American Airlines, Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, Goodyear Tire & Rubber, Honda, Ryerson Steel, Rolls Royce, Electrolux, Moen, Lord Corporation, IndyMac Bank, Ebay, and the list goes on. The commonality is all within purchasing and global supply chain management. Deal has recruited for positions based in China, Taiwan, Singapore, and Europe. Still a vast amount of her recruiting is done in North America.
Certification by NWBOC has helped Deal's company out quite a bit over the past few years. "Initially it's a little like buying a house," said Deal. "They need information and more information and you think it's never going to happen. It was definitely worth the wait. My clientele is very happy about it because my firm now falls under the supplier diversity category."
To learn more about Deal and her company, visit www.tdcsupplychain.com.


The Professional Experience Section - RazorResume: Career and Job-Hunting Success

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However, "If you have more than five to seven years of experience, then you want to have a two-page resume," according to Tonia Deal, President of Tonia Deal Consulting, a leading supply chain recruiting firm.

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I want the annual sales," says Deal of company descriptions on the resume. She explains that employers like to "know the type of organization that [candidates] are coming from."
Underneath each company heading, you should include subheadings for each position you've held accompanied by dates you've held those positions. Under the position subheadings, include your responsibilities and achievements in bullet point or paragraph form. For responsibilities, Deal indicates that she finds the following information helpful:
...
For achievements, Deal admits "The first thing that I will look for is numbers," such as "Improved delivery performance by 50%" and "Initiated structured cross-functional global sourcing process to accelerate $20 million of annual savings."


Articles - RazorResume: Career and Job-Hunting Success

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However, "If you have more than five to seven years of experience, then you want to have a two-page resume," according to Tonia Deal, President of Tonia Deal Consulting, a leading supply chain recruiting firm.

...
I want the annual sales," says Deal of company descriptions on the resume. She explains that employers like to "know the type of organization that [candidates] are coming from."
Underneath each company heading, you should include subheadings for each position you've held accompanied by dates you've held those positions. Under the position subheadings, include your responsibilities and achievements in bullet point or paragraph form. For responsibilities, Deal indicates that she finds the following information helpful:
...
For achievements, Deal admits "The first thing that I will look for is numbers," such as "Improved delivery performance by 50%" and "Initiated structured cross-functional global sourcing process to accelerate $20 million of annual savings."

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