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Director of Talent Acquisition
Dan Gilbert Family of Companies (FOC)

Limitless leadership means empowerment! Effective leaders do not create followers, they teach and empower others to lead. My focus has always been on how can you identify potential in others, engage them meaningfully, then support them through the process of unlocking that potential.
— Dan Ngoyi

Dan joined Quicken Loans in February of 2013 and is a Director of Talent Acquisition. In his role, he leads a team that works on identifying, interviewing and placing a diverse slate of candidates within the Rock Family of Companies. His teams work on development of talent brand, strategy and execution for 30+ companies within the family. He also oversees the Rock Family of Companies Internship program, which hires over 1200 interns annually to live, work, and play across the country. Dan’s passion for talent stems from his unique cultural background and his lifelong mission to make an impact with others. Dan is also passionate about diversity and inclusion and has spoken at HR events nationwide to help bring incredible talent to Detroit. As a member of the Talent Acquisition team, Dan focuses on strategic recruiting efforts both internally and externally- with an emphasis on talent at college campuses and in community organizations. Dan is a Detroit native who is excited about the opportunity that exists within the city. He is also an avid golfer and reader who cites Steve Jamison’s “Wooden on Leadership” as one of his favorite books.

How Dan Gives Back:

  • Board Member- Talent Acquisition Leadership Keynotes Detroit

Dan’s Blue Sky Goal:

My blue sky goal is to successfully start and scale an organization focused on connecting talent and opportunity more equitably. The recruitment process has remained relatively stagnant for decades. The world is full of individuals who have skills, passions and talents- and organizations that are looking for these individuals. I believe that finding a way to effectively connect the two, and driving the foundational change of looking beyond the resume will shift how our talent ecosystem functions.