June 24, 2013 – New York City-based Chadick Ellig is celebrating its 35th anniversary. Chadick Ellig, named “One of the World's Most Influential Headhunters” by BusinessWeek, is a retained search firm specializing in recruiting talent for roles ranging from CEO, president and board director, to management and functional positions across numerous sectors in Fortune 500, mid-cap and private equity-backed companies. “We are absolutely thrilled to have contributed to the success and evolution of leading U.S. and international organizations for three and a half decades. I look forward to our next milestone as we grow along with our clients,” said co-CEO Susan Chadick. Gould & McCoy was founded in 1977 by William Gould and Millington McCoy. Susan Chadick joined the firm in 1986 and eight years later the firm's name changed to Gould, McCoy & Chadick. In 2000 Janice Ellig joined the firm, bringing over 20 years' experience as a corporate executive. In 2003, the company became Gould • McCoy • Chadick • Ellig. In 2007 the firm became Chadick Ellig, reflecting the names of the co-CEOs.