May 9, 2022 – Egon Zehnder recently named Sarah Van Dyck as co-leader of its global consumer practice. Based in San Francisco, she advises both industry leaders and emerging disruptors on leadership development, executive search, and board advisory services. Ms. Van Dyck has 25 years of experience as a marketing executive with consumer and technology companies. Prior to joining Egon Zehnder, Ms. Van Dyck was VP of global brand marketing at Rosetta Stone. Previously, she was a marketing executive at LivingSocial. She was also managing director of MODO Group, where she oversaw global brand strategy initiatives for clients including Microsoft, Starbucks, Grupo Modelo, and Sony Ericsson. She began her marketing career at Procter & Gamble.
“Sarah’s 25 years of experience as a marketing executive with consumer and technology companies have shown her that organizational capacity is built when courageous and compassionate leaders invest in the potential of their teams,” Egon Zehnder said. “I get my greatest joy partnering with leaders to illuminate opportunities to grow their organizations and themselves in ways they never imagined possible,” said Ms. Van Dyck.
Sarah Van Dyck’s 25 years of experience as a marketing executive with consumer and technology companies have shown her that organizational capacity is built when courageous and compassionate leaders invest in the potential of their teams. She received an MBA from INSEAD and a BA in history from Brown University.
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This spring, Egon Zehnder retained its status as the No. 3 ranked global search firm, according to Hunt Scanlon Media. With more than 500 consultants in 68 offices and 40 countries around the globe, Egon Zehnder works with public and private corporations, family-owned enterprises, and non-profit and government agencies to provide board advisory services, CEO and leadership succession planning, executive search and assessment, and leadership development solutions.
“The robust growth posted by our leadership assessment, family business advisory, private equity and board practices last year gave us renewed confidence about the firm’s prospects moving forward,” said Edilson Camara, CEO of Egon Zehnder.
Contributed by Scott A. Scanlon, Editor-in-Chief; Dale M. Zupsansky, Managing Editor; and Stephen Sawicki, Managing Editor – Hunt Scanlon Media