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Let newBlue connect you with the job that gets your career going in the right direction. Looking to boost your qualifications and opportunities? newBlue's training program will help you acquire new skills and show employers that you're serious about your career. Looking for a team dedicated to helping you find the right career path and equipping you to succeed? Click below to send us your resume.

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With newBlue, you get a team dedicated to solving your staffing challenges, not just for today, but for the long term. We’ll help you get your operation working at full capacity by helping you assemble a team that operates at full capacity.

At newBlue, we screen, train and prepare the people we place to make sure your next hire is the right hire. Let newBlue connect you with workers who are ready to work for you. Click below to get started.

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About Us

newBlue addresses the skills gap and workforce shortages in manufacturing, logistics and related industries by equipping workers and employers to work at full capacity.

newBlue is a subsidiary of Forefront, which advances talent acquisition by connecting employers to qualified people and people to the careers they want. Founded by military veterans, doctors, nurses and management and IT professionals, Forefront combines technology, expertise and compassion to relieve the pain of the staffing process.

Our Story

newBlue was founded by a team of professionals who believe that one cause of America’s skills gap is the way employers are forced to hire workers: by posting jobs and hoping the right people apply. When they hire what they believe to be the best candidates, they too often find that those candidates are undertrained and underprepared for the workplace.

newBlue wants to repair the skills gap by repairing a broken staffing system.

newBlue connects the right workers with the right workplaces, and trains employees in both industry-specific and general-employment skills. newBlue helps employers connect with and hire the right people … people who operate at full capacity and, as a result, help their employers operate at full capacity.

Our Mission

To revolutionize the way employers and workers in traditional “blue collar” fields address the skills gap and provide them with the tools they need to forge connections that work.

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Our Team

Kyle McDonald


A graduate of the U.S. Army LPN program, Kyle served at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center before returning home to Indiana, where he managed a 30-bed unit before moving into travel nursing. He is a veteran of the U.S. Air Force and U.S. Army who has developed applications and websites for 20 years as a freelance IT consultant, project manager and developer. Kyle also helped to grow and manage the development arm of an IT firm specializing in medium-sized businesses. Kyle is working toward a bachelor’s degree in business management at Excelsior College and plans to pursue an MBA.

Katie Kasper

President and CQO

A registered nurse who served on an inpatient transplant unit and as a clinical nurse coordinator at an outpatient adult subspecialty clinic, Katie most recently exercised her talents as a student and practitioner of Lean process improvement in ambulatory care settings. Board certified through the American Academy of Ambulatory Care Nurses, she is a graduate of the Indiana University School of Nursing, where she developed qualitative research into nursing shift reports. For her work as founder of a nonprofit dance company, Katie received the Governor’s Award for Tomorrow’s Leaders from Mitch Daniels and the WRTV6 Leadership Award.

Andy McMillan


A disabled U.S. Army veteran and experienced operations manager, Andy is dedicated to helping fellow veterans find meaningful jobs in the civilian workforce. He enlisted in the U.S. Army Reserve in 2007 and entered active duty one year later. After serving as a safety and compliance manager at Fort Bragg, NC, he was medically retired in 2011 due to injuries sustained while serving. He then attended Devry University, graduating summa cum laude with a bachelor’s in business administration and magna cum laude with a master’s in business administration.