Tad McIntosh has 20 + yearsí experience in leadership positions, human resources leadership and recruiting services leadership. He is the founder and President of HumCap, a provider of Human Resources Solutions and Recruiting for growing companies to help companies win the war for talent. He and his team design and provide solutions that include HR ASO, HR Consulting, HR Outsourcing, Talent Management, Recruiting services, Organizational Consulting, and Executive Search.
Under his leadership and direction, HumCap has been recognized numerous times. HumCap Awards include 2015 Tech Titans Tech Advocate, a DFW Best Place to Work, The Dallas 100 Award, Communities Foundation/ EFNT North Star Award, and The Inc. 500 Award and The Inc. 5000 Award multiple times.
Prior to founding HumCap, Tad was The Chief Talent Officer at Broadband Gateways in Plano, Texas. Broadband Gateways was a fast growth Venture Capital backed company that was acquired by Uniden. Prior to Broadband Gateways, He spent 5 years the Director of Source Services High Tech Services division. At Source Services, Tadís clients were fast growth technology firms that needed customized solutions to attract and retain the best and brightest
employees so their businesses would succeed in the competitive landscape.
Tad also was the commander for recruiting for the US Army in Atlanta, GA. His other Army assignments include The US Honor Guard in Washington DC, and The DMZ in South Korea. Tad finished his active duty service as a Captain and was awarded the Meritorious Service Medal (MSM). Tad earned the coveted Army Airborne, Ranger, and Air Assault Qualifications.
Tad holds a BS in Engineering from West Point and a Masters of Science from CMU. He and his wife Pam have three sons. Tad is committed to and involved with leadership positions with numerous philanthropic and community organizations including The Entrepreneursí For North Texas, Highland Park Presbyterian Church Youth Mission teams, Boy Scouts of America, The West Point Society of North Texas, Texas Tough for Childrenís Medical Center, The Bill Glass Prison Ministry team, Communities Foundation of Texas, Children of Fallen Patriots, and the John & Punky Tolson Ministry. Tad enjoys coaching his sons sporting teams and participating in triathlons and outdoor events with his family. Tad successfully completed the 2001 Hawaiian Ironman World Championships.