Frank Sadowski consults on projects that will help organizations, their employees, and their communities flourish within a healthy natural environment. His areas of expertise include compensation, recruiting, business ethics, and organization development. Current work focuses on gender pay equity, building a stronger economy in Vermont, and teaching business ethics at Champlain College.
His previous work included developing one of the first HR consulting practices in the Burlington area, then creating and leading the Human Resources Consulting Division at Gallagher, Flynn & Company for 24 years. Earlier work included serving as Human Resource Manager for Boise Cascade’s paper mill in Sheldon Springs, as Assistant to the President of the University of Vermont, and as Chief of Economic Development Planning in the Vermont State Government. Frank received his undergraduate degree in psychology from Cornell University, attended Harvard Divinity School as a Rockefeller Fellow, and earned a Master’s in Public Policy from the University of Michigan. Outside the firm, Frank helped create Burlington’s Ronald McDonald House and the Lake Champlain Waldorf School. In 2014 he graduated from Episcopal Divinity School with a Master of Divinity degree, focusing on business ethics and issues related to faith and spirituality in the workplace. He also serves as a lay pastor at Christ Church, Presbyterian in Burlington.
Frank Sadowski joined Gallagher, Flynn and Company (GFC) in 1997 to establish the Human Resources Consulting Division, now Gallagher Flynn Human Resource Services, LLC, one of the largest human resources consulting and executive recruiting practices in Vermont. Prior to GFC, Frank was the Principal of Sadowski Consulting Services in South Burlington for seven years.