Frederickson Partners recruits high impact executive talent and the next generation of leaders for innovative employers around the world. Frederickson’s strategic and thoughtful approach enables it to match growth-stage startups, thought-leading mission-based organizations and think tanks, tech unicorns, and Fortune 500 enterprises with world-class executive leaders.
As a leading People/HR executive search and advisory firm since 1997. Frederickson Partners has established relationships with over 20,000 rising and established People and HR executives worldwide, in addition to CEOs, board members and C-suite executives across all divisions. Now, a part of Arthur J. Gallagher & Co., Frederickson now recruits executive talent for the entire C-suite.
Frederickson Partners has locations in dozens of cities and locations across the U.S. including San Francisco, Silicon Valley, New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Washington D.C., Dallas, Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, Atlanta and Nashville, and serves global tech hubs including London, Berlin, Paris, Mexico City, Bogota, Seoul and São Paulo. Clients include Alphabet, Creative Artists Agency (CAA), Fitbit, Gartner, Gilead, Intel, Intuit, Lyft, Nieman Marcus, Pinterest, Qualtrics, Roche, SoFi, The Nature Conservancy, Twitter, Uber, Waymo and Workday.
No one is more effective at helping innovative companies find top HR talent. Frederickson helps you scale your HR and People operations function to build the creative workforce you need to win. Frederickson maintains an extensive network of more than 15,000 of the top HR and People leaders around the world and can partner with you across every HR function, including Talent Acquisition, Total Rewards, Learning & Development, People Analytics, Business Partners, Operations and Diversity & Inclusion.
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When we started in 1995 as Valerie Frederickson & Company, our goal was simple: to empower companies to improve flexibility with workforce planning by helping them humanely and quickly transition their former valued employees, and reduce post-termination employment litigation risk. Over the next twenty years, our growing network of HR professionals and their evolving needs resulted in the addition of new capabilities, including executive search for HR, Board Services, People Operations, Culture, Diversity, Talent Acquisition, and Business Partners; leadership development and executive coaching; compensation consulting; recruiting assessments; on-call startup HR consulting.
Global HR search firm Frederickson Partners recently assisted in the recruitment of Portia Serame as vice president of human resources at Kyverna Therapeutics, a clinical-stage cell therapy company with the mission of engineering a new class of therapies for autoimmune diseases. Ms. Serame joins Kyverna Therapeutics from ReCor Medical, where she served as senior director of HR. In
With recent, rising pressure from social justice movements; greater media attention; and growing scrutiny by the public, organizations are greater paying attention to diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workforce. Data from HBR shows that having exemplary diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives and inclusive leadership significantly enhances team productivity and company performance. While business leaders are
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Global HR search firm Frederickson Partners recently assisted in the recruitment of Marcus Bryant as chief people and inclusion officer for Second Harvest of Silicon Valley in San Jose, CA. “Welcoming an experienced DEI leader into this new role reinforces Second Harvest’s commitment to foster authentic and meaningful growth in equity and inclusion both internally and externally,”
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Academy of Art University, fostering innovation through a faculty of current industry professionals, state-of-the-art facilities and curriculum in multiple areas of study, has appointed Ramin Daoud as Vice President (VP) of Human Resources (HR). Academy of Art University partnered with Frederickson Partners on the executive search. In her role as VP of HR, Ramin will provide leadership
Profisee, one of Atlanta’s Top Places to Work and a global provider of enterprise data management software, has appointed Carrie Leneau as Vice President (VP) of People Operations. Profisee partnered with Frederickson Partners on the executive search. In her role as VP of People Operations, Carrie will develop a People strategy focused on driving Profisee’s world-class employee
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