Sally Gaglini is the manager of the Gaglini Law Group LLC and an adjunct faculty member at Suffolk University Law School, where she teaches entertainment law. She has spent more than thirty years working in the entertainment industry advising production and music entities and talent of all ages and their families. Sally's specialized expertise began with her involvement with emerging boy bands as they established their music careers. She proposed and authored, with lawmakers, the inaugural child performer law in Massachusetts. Drawing on her deep industry knowledge that includes experience as a courtroom advocate, court-appointed fiduciary, and guardian ad litem, her unique credentials blend the entertainment and advertising industries with family and probate law. An AV-rated attorney, Sally has served as the President of the Massachusetts Family & Probate American Inn of Court, was honored by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly as one of the "Top Women of Law", and currently serves as a board member for the Clients' Security Board. The culmination of her experience can be found in her award-winning book "Young Performers at Work: Child Star Survival Guide" for which she won a Silver IPPY for Best Adult Non-Fiction Informational E-book.
Lou Gaglini has over 25 years of leadership experience in talent acquisition, career development, staffing and employment with proven expertise in strategy, design, and delivery of programs of all sizes. As the founder of Investigation Consulting Services, LLC, he is a court qualified Vocational Expert offering litigation support, research, analysis, and testimony in Employability, Hireability & Earning Capacity. Additionally, Lou is a sought-after speaker and presenter on a wide range of topics including trends in career development, innovative approaches to employer engagement and connecting professionals to the workforce.
Recently, Lou has served as the Executive Director of Boston University's Center for Career Development where he was responsible for leading the Center and overseeing the mission, vision, and career development strategies of the largest private university in New England. Prior to BU, he led the Employer Engagement initiatives at Boston College for six years.
His career began at Northeastern University in its world-leading cooperative education program and has included private sector talent acquisition leadership roles in organizations such as Deloitte & Touche, Polaroid, Prudential, and Kronos. Lou has also consulted in the areas of human resources and recruiting with Children's Hospital of Boston, Nokia, and Keystone Associates. He remains very active in the business community and has served in leadership roles within several professional associations, including the Association of Employment Professionals where he served as president for two years, the National Association of Colleges and Employers, the Northeast Human Resources Association, and the Society for Human Resources Management.
As a Consultant, Lou has trained hundreds of higher education, human resources, and line management in effective interviewing and selection, talent development, and retention. He regularly consults with corporate clients within the healthcare, high technology, professional services, not-for-profit, manufacturing, and legal fields in the areas of best-practice recruiting, career management, outplacement, and recruitment process design.
Lou holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Brandeis University and a Master of Public Administration from Northeastern University. In his spare time, Lou is a dog lover and a fan of trivia, politics, and the Greater Boston sports scene. In the fall, Lou enjoys officiating local high school and youth football.