September 15, 2015 – Executive search firm SpenglerFox has named Stephanie Schimang as principle consultant and practice group leader for its human capital solutions service group and Ben Elson as practice group leader for the firm’s technology group within business services.
Ms. Schimang will be responsible for client services/satisfaction, delivery of projects, quality control and business development. She will work out of SpenglerFox’s office in Frankfurt, Germany. She has worked in the executive search industry since 2010; prior to that she worked as a consultant and trainer in human resource development at Mayer und Partner.
“It brings me great pleasure to have Stephanie Schimang join our global human capital solutions services team to head up our activities in Germany,” said Mary Kramer, global service group leader – human capital solutions. “With her strong talent assessment, development and training experience in the German market, Stephanie will be assisting our clients achieve their leadership development objectives through an array of services that SpenglerFox offers.”
Mr. Elson, who will work out of SpenglerFox’s offices in London, has worked in talent management since 2005. Prior to joining the firm, he served as senior talent acquisition manger, Europe and Asia, for Forrester Research. Before that he was an in-house recruiter for Microsoft, where worked within the in-house recruitment team, which was responsible for the whole 360 hiring process.
“I am delighted to welcome Ben to the SpenglerFox family. Ben shares our values and DNA, in terms of care, agility and collaboration. He has an immense knowledge of the technology sector, and experience in global candidate management and sourcing. I am very excited to have him on the team,” said Mark Hamill, chairman and global practice group leader – business services.
SpenglerFox is a provider of executive search and human resources consultancy services worldwide. The company also offers interim management in both mature and emerging markets, and a dedicated focus on board work for small-mid sized companies.
Contributed by Dale M. Zupsansky, Managing Editor, Hunt Scanlon Media