ITsavvy Spotlight: Jenny Halilovic

Celebrating International Women’s Month

ITsavvy celebrates and recognizes the amazing contributions of women on our Team.

Jenny Halilovic, Talent Acquisition Manager

Jenny is a Bosnian immigrant who migrated to America as a child in the early 2000’s to live the American Dream. Fleeing the Bosnian war, she and her family settled in Wisconsin and then moved to Chicago and was the first in her family to obtain a college degree.

Because people are central to an organization’s success and culture, Jenny is passionate about ensuring that we provide a positive working culture, which starts with the talent who joins our organization. Jenny is grateful for the opportunities that she has been given, and a large part of her career advancement has been paved at ITsavvy.

“ITsavvy encourages our people to share innovative ideas that mold our company day in and day out. We drive ourselves to push boundaries, improve processes, and enable our people to make a strong impact.

ITsavvy and John Skeffington, ITsavvy’s CHRO have given me the runway and support to build my career path, and that is what has allowed me to succeed in my career with ITsavvy. I am grateful for this opportunity and can’t wait to see where my ITsavvy journey will take me.”  –Jenny Halilovic

Jenny’s Road to ITsavvy Technology company Christmas party

Before Jenny landed at ITsavvy, she worked in various HR roles in healthcare, including Advocate Healthcare, NorthShore University HealthSystem, and Presence Health.

She was new to the IT industry and was excited to try something new with a rapidly growing organization. From the moment she met with John Skeffington, ITsavvy’s CHRO, she knew this was the best next step in her career.

Transformational Roles at ITsavvy

After three years at the organization, Jenny was promoted to Talent Acquisition Manager where she will take the organization’s talent acquisition vision and values to the next level. Jenny is passionate about creating the best possible job candidate experience and helping ITsavvy grow.


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