Signium Expands Services and Presence in the United States With Addition of Two New Partners in Boston
Gabrielle and Merrill have 25 years of diverse experience in Fortune 500 and entrepreneurial environments in public and privately held organizations spanning the manufacturing, biotech, retail, supply chain, and financial services industries. As Partners at Resource Management of Boston, a consulting firm providing talent assessment, leadership development and employee engagement, their focus was on helping companies maximize their return on their biggest investment, their people. Gabrielle and Merrill’s expertise lies in applying data on people to solving business problems, maximizing performance and productivity.
Gabrielle is a graduate of Lehigh University and a Certified Professional Behavior, Values and Attributes Analyst. She has lead lectures in a variety of public forums including the Association for Corporate Growth, Technology Capital Network at MIT, and the BIO Conference.
Merrill holds a Bachelor of Science in Finance from Lehigh University in Bethlehem, PA. She is active in her community volunteering in support of youth sports programs and participating in local fundraising events.
Glenn Anderson, Signium USA Managing Partner, stated “We are very pleased to add Gabrielle Jenkins and Merrill Mahoney to the Signium Global Partnership. Their years of experience with Resource Management Boston in Talent Development and Leadership Assessment will be an essential complement to our Executive Search Services for our domestic and international clients.”
Signium is a leading global executive search and leadership consulting firm with 40+ partner offices in 30 countries. We have an extraordinary track record in executive search and leadership consulting, helping CEOs, boards and leadership find, develop and retain the leaders of the future. Our unique approach looks beyond the obvious, looking at both the hard and soft factors that ensure the best fit between candidate and organisation – we call this “intelligence and intuition”.