Bridge Partners, LLC
Bridge Partners is an executive search firm with unique expertise in attracting and retaining senior, diverse executives.
Our clients include major corporations, non-profits, public sector, and entrepreneurial organizations across the US and around the world. What they have in common is a desire to adapt to a changing global market and diversify their leadership teams in order to reflect their employee base, as well as the constituents they serve.
Bridge Partners was founded in 2003 by partners who previously worked together at a major international search firm, where they ran the Diversity & Inclusion practice.
Our team brings extensive experience and credentials in leadership and senior-level recruitment. Speaking six languages, with experience living on three continents, and having led search assignments in more than 15 countries, we have a deep understanding of the multicultural needs of our clients.
We have built our reputation on maintaining high-quality relationships and consistently achieving superior results in the execution of our assignments.
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Legal recruiting generally has been booming this year. According to recruiters that specialize in the sector, lawyers employed by government agencies have been on the move as a result of changes in government administrations. Employment of lawyers is projected to grow 10 percent through 2022. Demand is expected to be robust as individuals, businesses and all levels
New York headquartered executive search firm Bridge Partners, LLC has placed Roberta Cordano as the 11th president of Gallaudet University. Gallaudet’s current president, T. Alan Hurwitz, is retiring at the end of this year. Tory Clarke, co-founder and partner of Bridge Partners, led the search. Ms. Cordano, who is deaf, currently serves as the vice president of
New York headquartered executive search firm Bridge Partners, LLC has placed Maeghan Jones as president of the Community Foundation of Greater Chattanooga (CFGC). Ms. Jones, who has been serving as president of the Chattanooga Area Food Bank, will succeed retiring President Pete Cooper. She previously served in numerous non-profit management positions, including director of a statewide program for homeless and runaway
WASHINGTON, D.C, May 29, 2017 — Bridge Partners, an executive search firm with unique expertise in attracting and retaining senior, global, diverse executives, today announced that Debbie Tang has joined the firm as Partner. She will be based in Bridge Partners’ Washington, DC office. Ms. Tang joins the firm from Major, Lindsey & Africa, where she spent