• Board of Directors

    Terence E. Adderley

    Terence E. “Terry” Adderley is Executive Chairman and Chairman of the Board of Directors for Kelly Services, Inc. a Fortune 500 company and global provider of human resources services, with world headquarters based in Troy, Michigan.

    Mr. Adderley joined Kelly Services in 1958 as manager of the company’s Louisville, Kentucky, office. He was elected Vice President of the company in 1961 and joined the Board of Directors in 1962. Serving in a series of positions of increasing responsibility during his career, Mr. Adderley was elected Executive Vice President in 1965, President in 1967, Chief Executive Officer in 1987, Chairman of the Board in 1998, and Executive Chairman and Chairman of the Board in 2012.

    A native of Detroit, Michigan, Mr. Adderley is the son of Kelly Services Founder William Russell Kelly, the pioneer who began the temporary staffing industry. He earned Bachelor of Business Administration and Master of Business Administration degrees at the University of Michigan. Prior to joining Kelly Services, he worked in the Treasurer’s Department of the Standard Oil Company of New Jersey (now Exxon Mobil Corporation), in New York City.

    Throughout Mr. Adderley’s distinguished career in leadership roles at Kelly Services, the company has received numerous awards for its strong commitment to providing workforce opportunities for women, minorities, the disabled, veterans, and seniors.

    Mr. Adderley serves on the boards of the Auburn Automotive Heritage, Inc., Beaumont Health System, Business Leaders for Michigan, Citizens Research Council of Michigan, the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan, Concours d’Elegance of America at St. John’s (formerly Meadow Brook Concours d’Elegance), Detroit Country Day School, Detroit Economic Club, Gilmore Car Museum, and the Oakland County Business Roundtable. He is also a member of the University of Michigan Health System Advisory Group. Mr. Adderley served previously on the Boards of Directors of DTE Energy Company, First Chicago NBD Corporation (now JPMorgan Chase & Co.), and the Detroit Renaissance Foundation.

    In 2006, Mr. Adderley was awarded the Leadership Hall of Fame Award, the highest honor conferred by the American Staffing Association, which also recognized him as one of the most influential leaders in the staffing industry during the past 40 years. In 2008, Mr. Adderley was inducted into the Heritage Hall of Fame by the International Institute Foundation, and in 2012, he was awarded the Automotive Lifetime Achievement Award by the Automotive Hall of Fame.

    Carl T. Camden

    As president and chief executive officer of Kelly Services®, Carl Camden is a recognized thought leader on talent management and how companies can adapt to succeed in the changing economic landscape.

    In his role at Kelly Services – which serves 97 percent of the Fortune 100 companies – Carl regularly consults with leaders of many of the largest, best-known corporations in the world, providing insight into labor trends and advising on flexible workforce strategies. His company’s solutions and his clients’ needs span the Americas, Asia-Pacific, and EMEA, and Carl is a frequent speaker at international conferences on human resource strategies, leadership, and changing labor dynamics.

    His varied educational and professional background gives him a unique perspective on the changing world of work. With three degrees (including a PhD) by the age of 25, Carl has been a marketing executive for a bank holding company; co-president of an advertising agency; co-founder of a behavioral research group; and a tenured university professor. He is frequently invited to speak to students and faculty at business schools throughout the U.S.

    Carl is a member of The Committee for Economic Development (CED), a nonprofit, nonpartisan, business-led, public policy organization. In 2015, the CED combined with The Conference Board, a nonprofit business membership and research group organization, and Carl has since served on the board of trustees for The Conference Board. He is a member of the Business Roundtable, an association of chief executive officers of leading U.S. companies. He also serves as a director of Temp Holdings, Co., Ltd. (“THD”), one of the largest staffing firms in Japan and the Asia Pacific market.

    Previously Carl served on the board of directors for the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, Detroit Branch, the Labor Advisory Council for the Federal Reserve Bank, the Advisory Committee on Employee Welfare and Pension Benefits (ERISA Advisory Council), the board of visitors of Duke University Fuqua School of Business, the board of trustees for the University of Detroit Mercy, and the board of directors for the Detroit Regional Chamber.

    Carl is well-known for being a passionate advocate for the free agent workforce. He has served on the American Staffing Association’s board of directors, and received awards from international workforce agencies for his significant contributions to improving the workforce development system.

    Carl has been featured in Business Week, The New York Times, Huffington Post, Bloomberg, and numerous other media on topics ranging from labor force dynamics to health care reform to leadership in an increasingly global business climate.