John Goullet

John Goullet

Diversant Leadership Team Supports Non-Profit Organizations and Starts STAR Veterans Program

Information technology staffing agency, Diversant LLC and their leadership team, including John Goullet support the local community by devoting time and financial donations. Our leaders and employees volunteer to various non-profits to promote education, specifically STEM (Science, Technology, Education and Mathematics). From mentoring to other business enterprises owned by minorities to sharing their best practices, the volunteers make every effort to fulfill their obligations. Diversant supports good causes for U.S. veterans who have served in the military and started the STAR Veterans Program.

STAR focuses primarily on helping U.S. veterans enter the workforce after serving in the military and honorably released from duty. Many veterans in America experience tough times in the job marketplace as they adapt to civilian life again. The program accepts talented veterans by helping them build a promising career in the field of technology. It incorporates classroom instructions, training, and job placement with some of Diversant’s Fortune 500 Company clients for temporary or full-time positions.

Participants in the STAR Veterans Program must meet certain criteria, such as a BA or BS degree, proficient skills in Microsoft Office, and others. One important criteria that must be met is to have an honorable status as a veteran. Veterans who successfully completes the program and passes an employment background check are hired as Consultants. Our Diversant Consultants are offered a comprehensive benefit package and salary while working with one of the largest minority owned staffing companies in the United States.

John Goullet is the former owner of Info Technologies and merged the business with Diversant Incorporation to establish Diversant LLC. His passion for technology is revealed in his career and philanthropy initiatives to promote diversity, job placement, and STEM education. He and the leadership team volunteer their time and make contributions to Program for Acceleration in Careers of Engineering (PACE). They also sponsor Marion P. Thomas Charter School Foundations; Harlem Business Alliance; and Congressional Black Caucus Foundation. The STAR Veterans Program was established and implemented by Diversant LLC to provide job opportunities for talented and qualified veterans in the technology field.





John Goullet: Business Leader and an Expert in IT

John Goullet: Business Leader and an Expert in IT

John Goullet is an entrepreneur and a businessman with many years of experience in the IT industry. John attended Ursinus College and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree and a Master’s degree in Computer Science. John started his career as an IT consultant after completing school but transitioned to IT staffing later. His experience in both of the sectors led him to identify a niche in the IT staffing industry. He saw that there would be a demand for the service in the future and started Info technologies to provide this service.

The company turned out to be very successful and worked with many companies including some that were Fortune 500. The company had grown to become worth 30 million dollars after half a decade. This exponential growth led to its inclusion in Inc.’s 500 fastest growing private companies list. John decided to merge Info Technologies with Diversant Inc. in 2010 to form Diversant LLC. The merger brought the two leaders in the IT staffing industry together so that they could experience more growth by partnering. Goullet became the head of the newly formed company after the merger. He is responsible for coming up with strategies that will make sure Diversant has a bright future in the industry. He is tasked with making certain that the company’s clients are satisfied by the services that Diversant offers to them. He does this by instilling the company values in his employees including integrity, respect, and discipline.

Goullet has been able to establish Diversant as one of the best when it comes to IT staffing together with other senior executives at the firm. Diversant is the largest African-American owned company in the nation today. Diversant was recognized as one of the top Minority-Owned businesses. Goullet gave some advice to entrepreneurs who are starting out and to leaders at various companies in an interview with Ideamensch. He noted that government regulation usually brings about a new opportunity in the services industry. They should strictly observe the new rules that are set up if one is looking for a business idea.

Don Ressler and His Journey to Success

Don Ressler and His Journey to Success

Don Ressler is a businessperson who has started several ventures, including Intelligent Beauty. Intermix Media acquired his first venture, Fitness Haven. Ressler teamed up with Adam Goldenberg, a 19-year-old COO of Intermix to form Alena Media. This e-commerce and performance advertising sector generated a lot of revenue for Intermix. Four years later, News Corp. bought Intermix. After the change in ownership, the media conglomerate ignored Alena Media. This frustrated Don Ressler and Goldenberg and the two set out to seek new opportunities.

Ressler and Goldenberg had the skills that could make them succeed in the growing sector of online performance advertising. Together with Alena team members, the co-founders had a brainstorming session, and two weeks later, they founded Intelligent Beauty. They created an online skincare and cosmetic marketplace, DERMSTORE. SENSA, a weight loss system was created two years later. SENSA and DERMSTORE are highly profitable.

JustFab, a fashion e-commerce retailer, was launched in 2010. The first two years of the company were very successful. The achievement made JustFab seek for new opportunities to venture into new markets. Most of the clientele were parents. The company decided to venture into kids fashion. It purchased FabKids in 2013. Later in the year, JustFab acquired a European e-commerce site, The Fab Shoes. The company also bought ShoeDazzle, a rival shoe subscription service. By the end of 2013, JustFab had three million members all over Europe.

In collaboration with Kate Hudson, JustFab launched an athletic wear site, Forbes announced on November 16, 2016. Everyone wants to remain healthy, which explains why people are trading their jeans and T-shirts to acquire yoga pants and tops. Fabletics offers fashion forward and precise athletic wear at an affordable price as compared to the competitors. A full outfit costs $49.95 for a VIP member. Additionally, the co-founder, Kate Hudson is an athlete and a fashion icon.

Fabletics has made fitness so fashionable at, and it is possible to integrate active wear into the daily and corporate life. Combining workouts into a workday has led to the emergence of trends like sweat working, whereby you invite a business associate to a fitness class and discuss business as you exercise.

Ressler believes that getting the right partner to grow with you is the key to success in business. In an attempt to minimize the limitations of online shopping, JustFab has opened several physical stores in Los Angeles, Newark, St. Louis, New Jersey, Columbia, Bridgewater, Md., Cincinnati, and Del.