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Klein Hersh Expands Leadership Team and Reports Record Growth in First Quarter

(May 11, 2021) Klein Hersh, a leader in executive search within the life sciences and healthcare industry, announced the expansion of its leadership team with the promotion of Jared Kaleck to Managing Partner.

The promotion reflects Klein Hersh’s ongoing evolution and innovation in Life Sciences executive search.

“Since joining us in 2006, Jared has been instrumental in the steady and deliberate growth of our biotech and venture capital practice areas,” highlighted Klein Hersh CEO, Jason Hersh. “Jared brings not only his deep experience and seasoned industry knowledge, but his wholistic understanding of our organization and our vision for the future of Klein Hersh.”

Long recognized as a leader in the nuanced executive search industry, the company’s growth continues to be impressive. In this year’s Q1, KH has successfully completed 176 searches, a 43% increase from Q1 2020.

“I’m honored to be recognized for my hard work and dedication to our organization,” explained Jared. “And I am grateful for the strong partnerships I’ve developed over the years with innovative companies who are improving and saving the lives of patients through cutting edge science and technology.”

About Klein Hersh

Since 1998, Klein Hersh has been solely focused on delivering strategic leadership placement solutions that span the entire life sciences continuum and healthcare industry. The firm stands apart through sharp focus and core competency in life science and healthcare, which form the foundation of a unique value delivery as executive recruiters. Klein Hersh is comprised of a team of subject matter experts who provide dedicated support in a broad range of practice areas – aligned functionally with the companies and organizations served. By building the firm to mirror the structure of its clients, Klein Hersh stays in lock-step with the dynamic needs of the marketplace, helping to fill leadership positions in ways other executive recruiters cannot.

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