Press Coverage

Search Firms Come Under Scrutiny After Rutgers Flap

June 6, 2013 — In December 2007, University of Washington President Mark Emmert had a problem on his hands. His athletics director, Todd Turner, had just quit. To help find his replacement, Emmert hired a search firm run by Dan Parker, an Atlanta consultant who had assisted him in hiring Turner in 2004. The search took

Stephen Sawicki Joins Hunt Scanlon Media

January 13, 2013 (Greenwich, Connecticut) – Stephen Sawicki, a former correspondent for U.S. News & World Report and People, has joined Hunt Scanlon Media as senior managing editor and will spearhead the firm’s executive search and talent acquisition studies, including Executive Search 2015: Trends in Talent Acquisition and In-House Recruiting: Best Practices Redefining Talent Acquisition.

More Women Are Primed To Land CEO Roles

April 30, 2012 — Companies are grooming more women for the corner office. With a growing pool of highly qualified women and intensified investor pressure on boards to diversify corporate management teams, companies “are hiring more high-potential women who could be CEO,” says Judith von Seldeneck, head of Diversified Search, a Philadelphia executive-recruitment firm. The

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Press Coverage

Search Firms Come Under Scrutiny After Rutgers Flap

June 6, 2013 — In December 2007, University of Washington President Mark Emmert had a problem on his hands. His athletics director, Todd Turner, had just quit. To help find his replacement, Emmert hired a search firm run by Dan Parker, an Atlanta consultant who had assisted him in hiring Turner in 2004. The search took

Stephen Sawicki Joins Hunt Scanlon Media

January 13, 2013 (Greenwich, Connecticut) – Stephen Sawicki, a former correspondent for U.S. News & World Report and People, has joined Hunt Scanlon Media as senior managing editor and will spearhead the firm’s executive search and talent acquisition studies, including Executive Search 2015: Trends in Talent Acquisition and In-House Recruiting: Best Practices Redefining Talent Acquisition.

More Women Are Primed To Land CEO Roles

April 30, 2012 — Companies are grooming more women for the corner office. With a growing pool of highly qualified women and intensified investor pressure on boards to diversify corporate management teams, companies “are hiring more high-potential women who could be CEO,” says Judith von Seldeneck, head of Diversified Search, a Philadelphia executive-recruitment firm. The

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