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Curtis Creekmore

Talent Acquisition Specialist

Curtis comes to FSG with a diverse set of skills including training, people management/support, and talent acquisition. He began his professional career working in higher education, then left to the world of health care, and now joins the world of social change consulting. The common thread amongst all of his previous positions is the simple directive to help people, and he hopes to continue that important work at FSG.

Role at FSG

As FSG’s talent acquisition specialist, Curtis is responsible for maintaining the recruiting pipeline for the myriad positions we offer, coordinating the logistics for both sides of the interview process, and providing quality support for new hires through our unique onboarding processes. In addition, his focus is on analyzing data collected from all stages of the recruiting process to identify opportunities for improvement and ways to better align talent acquisition processes with organizational goals and values.

Before FSG

Prior to his role with FSG, Curtis was the training specialist for the admitting department at Massachusetts General Hospital. He became credentialed in various modules of the electronic medical record program Epic, and provided numerous trainings to support new employees throughout the hospital. With a passion for human resources and constant improvement, Curtis also envisioned and designed a new onboarding and offboarding process for employees within his department, creating a program that supported new hires from day one through their eventual departure. Before that, he spent several years working in residential life for various colleges and universities across the U.S. including Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts, and the Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, Georgia, where he guided and mentored paraprofessional staff members in their roles of fostering an educational and supportive community in their residence halls.


  • Northeastern University, Certificate, Human Resources Management
  • University of Louisville, MEd, College Student Personnel
  • University of Louisville, BA, French


  • French (intermediate)

On working at FSG

“The more I learn about FSG, the more I realize how absolutely crucial our work is to improving our communities and crafting a better tomorrow. The organization’s commitment to eliminating entrenched socio-political structures that cause inequity and generate disadvantages for various groups of people is awe-inspiring and excites me to come to work each day. Most notably, the introspective and self-effacing work FSG has done over the past few years to investigate its own policies and work environment to ensure they are not perpetuating these disadvantages shows a commitment to internalizing our goals and striving toward social change from within. It is an organization of which I am so proud to be a member.”