June 16, 2015 – Isaacson, Miller has expanded its staff with the addition of Rebecca Kennedy to its Boston office as principal. Ms. Kennedy brings to Isaacson, Miller more than 10 years of executive search experience.
Her practice has focused on diversity and inclusion, compliance, research administration, and finance & administration in institutions of higher education ranging from large public research institutions to small private liberal arts colleges. Most recently, Ms. Kennedy served as a principal with Brill Neumann, an executive search firm focused on institutions of higher education, academic medical centers, and research institutes.
In addition to her executive search experience, she has served as a public school teacher and counselor and has worked in the administrative service functions at Phillips Exeter Academy and Harvard University.
“We are very pleased to welcome Becca to our team,” said John Isaacson, the firm’s founder. “Her knowledge, experience and high standards of service are a perfect fit for the organizations we serve.”
Founded in 1982, Isaacson, Miller focuses on executive search assignments for a wide variety of organizations, including leading universities, research institutes, academic medical centers, foundations, cultural institutions, economic development organizations, human service agencies, and national advocacy groups.
Isaacson, Miller has consistently ranked in Hunt Scanlon’s Top 50 search firm rankings, this year climbing to the 13th largest, reporting just under $25 million in annual fees. The firm has roughly 75 consultants working from three American offices.
Contributed by Dale M. Zupsansky, Managing Editor, Hunt Scanlon Media