Swati D. Doshi - Founder

Swati D. Doshi

Founder & Managing Director

Swati finds joy bringing talent optimization to life in organizations by aligning people strategy to business strategy.  

Through Human Results, she’s had the opportunity to partner with CEOs to double the size of their workforce and has coached senior tech and growth leaders at prominent companies.  She and her staff have also facilitated imposter syndrome and career coaching workshops for organizations committed to empowering diversity. Clients such as CB Insights, Element, and eSalon enlist Swati for their targeted consulting needs.

Prior to founding Human Results, Swati spent 8 years at Google in North America and Asia immersed in the People Operations division.  Because of her position as a respected leader and citizen in the Google community, Swati was chosen as an internal career coach and team facilitator for workshops on Unconscious Bias and Maximizing Team Performance.

Before Google, Swati managed sales for Johnson & Johnson and Eli Lilly which followed her time as a management consultant at Accenture.

Swati earned her Bachelor of Business Administration at the George Washington University and has continued her education through certificate work in Coaching and Project Management at Columbia University and Stanford University.

In her spare time, Swati enjoys hiking, being by the water, reading and meeting people around the globe - she considers herself a professional networker and connector.

Monica J. Stoffel - HR Consultant

Monica J. Stoffel

Monica is a progressive HR professional who is passionate about the employee journey and how it impacts the business. She thrives on partnering with the leadership team to implement data driven HR initiatives that boost employee engagement and transform organizations.

Monica started her career in technical recruiting. Shortly after joining iProspect.com, a startup in high growth mode, She was asked by the CEO to build an HR practice from the ground up. Monica fine tuned her craft by consulting with HR experts and partnering with legal counsel on compliance laws. During her tenure, iProspect’s head count grew over 1200% and revenue by 600% and it became a global brand. During this time, Monica ran all facets of HR and led the organization through change, reorganization and acquisition.

Over the next 15 years, Monica worked as a consultant and full time HR executive at high growth and established companies. Her style is collaborative; her approach is progressive, thoughtful and humanistic. She’s been successful putting HR learning into practice and refined what HR can be, and more importantly, what it should be.

Monica specializes in Business Partnering, Talent Acquisition, Employee Relations, Employee Experience, Organization Development & Design, HR Technology, HR Operations and M&A.

THE "WE" Behind Human Results

Since most clients were hiring Swati based on her reputation and Google experience, she selectively curated a network of Coaches and HR Specialists she'd feel comfortable recommending as full-time employees to clients. 

Every independent contractor in the Human Results network brings their own expertise to our shared passion for helping organizations grow with and through their most valuable asset - their people.  What makes us unique is our diversity of experiences, our niche specialties, and the ability to seamlessly collaborate to meet the needs of our clients. 

Human Results' clients have the opportunity to benefit from the breadth and depth of Swati's selectively curated network that spans a few generations with expertise in industries such as Advertising, Aerospace, Entertainment, Finance, Healthcare, and Retail.


“Swati’s passion for HR was evident when she was my student back in 1996. I seldom let undergraduate students into my graduate level courses, but Swati was an exception excelling in my management courses.  In addition, she revitalized GW’s local SHRM chapter and earned national recognition for her commitment to the field of HR.  It’s nice to see Swati in an HR advisory role since very few undergraduate students show such zeal for their field of study. “ 
— -Patrick McHugh, Associate Professor of Management