Mark Walton joins Advantage Performance Group

Mark Walton has joined Advantage Performance Group as a partner based in the San Francisco Bay area. His passion lies in helping senior leaders define, design, and implement meaningful people initiatives that drive business strategy.

Walton has a solid track record as someone with a keen ability to link key priorities to people capabilities, translating into improved organizational performance. "I get energized about the idea of collaborating with leaders and teams to solve challenging problems," Walton says.

"Mark’s strong reputation preceded him with both clients and colleagues," says Jonathan Hodge, president and C.E.O. at Advantage. "From the moment I met Mark, I knew he would be a great addition to our growing team here at Advantage. Two years after we began our relationship I’m excited to finally announce that Mark is part of the family. We look forward to the positive impact his talents, expertise and strong personal values will make upon our clients, our team and our organization."

Walton says his best practice knowledge was gained through experiences with hundreds of corporate cultures over the years. "I’ve been able to apply this expertise into shaping many large-scale, strategic, and global initiatives with top companies. So, I’m definitely looking forward to my next adventure with APG and meeting the whole team. I’m truly excited to be a part of it!”

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