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NFP Acquires Juno Search Partners, LLC, Expands its Human Capital Consulting Capabilities
Integration of a leading search and staffing firm will enhance NFP’s outsourcing, placement and temporary staffing capabilities.


Philadelphia, PA – November 17, 2022 – NFP, a leading property and casualty broker, benefits consultant, wealth manager, and retirement plan advisor, announced it has acquired Juno Search Partners, LLC, a Philadelphia-based search and staffing firm. Juno specializes in contingent search, contractor placement, executive search and custom talent solutions for employers to grow and sustain their workforce. Co-founders Mikal C. Harden and Vicki Sack will join NFP as senior vice presidents.

“I’m beyond excited to welcome Mikal, Vicki and the entire Juno Search Partners team to NFP,” said Ethan Foxman, president, NFP’s Atlantic region. “The addition of Juno complements our existing resources and capabilities in the human capital solutions space, while also giving NFP a scalable search and talent solutions platform that we can grow nationally for the benefit of our clients and their workforce.”

Acquiring Juno, a Philadelphia Business Journal Best Places to Work award winner in 2022, will help NFP grow its presence in Philadelphia. “Adding Juno to the NFP family is significant for our work in the Philadelphia market and enables us to deliver even more value to client partners,” said Rich Krekstein, managing director, Employee Benefits, NFP, who is based in Philadelphia.

“We’re thrilled to join NFP and work with Rich and new colleagues, many of whom we’ve developed strong relationships with over the years. Attracting and retaining talent is on everyone’s minds, and we are excited to be the talent experts in the room,” said Harden and Sack in a joint statement. “NFP’s collaborative culture that prioritizes diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging, and its commitment to delivering thoughtful, cost-effective solutions tailored to each unique client, squarely align with our values. We are excited for the next chapter in the Juno story.”