Crenshaw is the market leader in premier level transition support for senior executives. Founded in 1982, we lead the field in career services. Our Clients are Directors, C-Level, division, and functional leaders. They represent a broad array of companies including public, private, private equity, and not-for-profit/public institutions.
We are proud to have more experience with customized, senior level transition support than any other firm in our sector. We deliver a premium level of service through an exceptional team focused on one thing: the ultimate success of our Clients.
We work as one team on all placements.
Among us, we have worked in a brokerage house, a boutique investment bank, a large institutional bank and a hedge fund. Combined, we have research, marketing and investment experience. The synergy of our talents creates a dynamic fit. By leveraging our individual experiences and skills, we challenge each other to think out of the box.
Our team approach provides both clients and candidates more than one point of contact, expert advice and carefully thought-out recommendations.
We have each lived the careers of both our candidates and our clients.
We have been staffing institutional, emerging and start-up funds for over 15 years and are among the first recruiters in the industry to serve this market.
Not only do we have a deep understanding of the strategies involved in developing, marketing and managing these funds, but we know the types of people who succeed in this business.
We understand that in looking for qualified candidates, intellectual horsepower, maturity and integrity also play into the mix.
Even in a strong economy, executives face many challenges when searching for a new position equal to their talents. A new report by John Myers, founder and managing director of Kensington International, concludes that in a hot job market, business leaders might question whether they need to provide transition support for their outgoing executives and
Employers added 304,000 jobs last month as the U.S. unemployment rate rose slightly to 4.0 percent, according to the most recent U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics report released this morning. Wall Street analysts had expected an increase of about 165,000. The January gain is the 100th consecutive month of job growth. The number of unemployed people currently stands