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ClearStar Managing Dir., Intl. & Strategic Initiatives, Elected to NAPBS Europe Chapter Board

ClearStar Managing Dir., Intl. & Strategic Initiatives, Elected to NAPBS Europe Chapter Board

By ClearStar | Sep 22, 2016 | Company News

The ClearStar team is proud to announce that Andy Hellman, our Managing Director, International & Strategic Initiatives, has been elected to the National Association of Professional Background Screeners Europe Chapter Board. The chapter and its board focus on promoting a high level of ethics and performance within the European background screening industry.

This opportunity is representative of the depth of ClearStar’s commitment to the background screening industry. Not just our company, but each individual member of our team takes that sense of pride and responsibility for the industry to heart. ClearStar has advocated alongside NAPBS to drive forward the industry in the United States for years. This European assignment provides even more opportunities to make background screening truly global.

The opportunity to help NAPBS grow both in the United States and Europe is incredible. In that spirit, we encourage any European members of the background screening industry or those that serve it to join their chapter of NAPBS.

Learn more about the history of the background screening industry, and about the NAPBS standards of excellence our blog.


Andy Hellman – Managing Director, International & Strategic Initiatives

Andy Hellman drives the growth of ClearStar’s global (non-U.S.) business segment as well as specific strategic initiatives. This includes leading platform and product development as well as operational and compliance support.

Andy brings over two decades of experience to this role ranging from venture-backed startups to Fortune 100s, including over a decade in background screening. Andy has a BA in International Economics and Leadership Studies and an MBA in Finance and Entrepreneurship. He also holds CIPP/E and CIPM certifications, as well as the newly created Fellow of Information Privacy (FIP).