May 08

Faye Tessendorf appointed Managing Director of Homecoming Revolution

JOHANNESBURG –  Executive Headhunting Firm Homecoming Revolution is delighted to announce the appointment of Faye Tessendorf as Managing Director.

Homecoming Revolution is a boutique recruitment firm specializing in recruiting and placing globally experienced African talent across the continent.

Faye has been a key member of Homecoming Revolution’s leadership team since August 2015.

She previously worked as a Resourcing Manager in Corporate and Investment Banking at Standard Bank for South Africa and the rest of Africa, recruiting candidates across South Africa, Nigeria, Kenya, Tanzania, Malawi, Cote d’Ivoire, Uganda, Mozambique and Angola.

Commenting on Faye’s appointment, Angel Jones, CEO of Homecoming Revolution says, “The timing is perfect as we are seeing a flood of top Africans wanting to return home. Faye’s unparalleled wealth of experience and recruitment expertise makes her an invaluable asset to our company.”

“In her new role as Managing Director, Faye will build on our core offerings of Executive Recruitment, Candidate Catalogues and Bespoke International Events. She will also focus on further expanding our global network of 37 000 Africans across the globe.”

Faye began her career working for Robert Walters in London where she recruited for the world’s largest investment banks.

She then joined Bain & Company in South Africa where she was responsible for recruiting high calibre African talent from international Ivy League Business Schools.

Faye graduated from Rhodes University in 2007 with a Bachelor of Social Science Degree in Psychology and Honours in Organisational Consulting.

Commenting on her appointment, Faye says, “I am incredibly excited to work with Angel in leading Homecoming Revolution through its next phase of growth and development. We have emerged as the go-to headhunting firm for fintech, FMCG, retail and advisory and I look forward to further cementing our reputation as recruitment experts for high calibre African talent,” she continues.