Stanton Chase Appoints Supply Chain Sector Leader
November 4, 2019 – Baltimore, MD-headquartered Stanton Chase has named Lindsay A. Lautz as global supply chain sector leader for the supply chain, logistics and transportation practice group. He is currently a director in the firm’s Los Angeles office.
“As an experienced search professional in a wide range of disciplines, Lindsay is perfectly suited for this role in the supply chain, logistics and transportation practice group,” said Juan D. Morales, global practice leader for the practice group and managing director for the Stanton Chase Miami office. “His deep international search experience will be valued as Stanton Chase continues to play a major role in identifying and placing executives throughout the world.”
In 1990, Mr. Lautz began his search career as a principal at Korn Ferry. Since then, he has completed a significant number of searches for large multinational corporations in such industries as consumer products/electronics/services, hardware, software, media and telecom, broadcast and interactive television, entertainment, hospitality, clean technology and transportation for pre-IPO internet ventures.
“It is a pleasure to assume this position in this emerging Stanton Chase practice group,” said Mr. Lautz. “I look forward to working with these colleagues as we recruit executives who will lead our clients in the coming years.”
With offices in major cities around the world, Stanton Chase offers clients a global perspective while understanding local cultures and the challenges of moving products by sea, air, rail and trucking.
Recent Expansion at the Firm
Stanton Chase has named Julien Abou Khalil as partner and leader of the financial services practice covering the Middle East region. He is based out of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, where he supports organizations in the Middle East with the recruitment of top financial executives, leadership growth management, and organizational culture.
Stanton Chase has named Eva Kingston as leader of financial services for its U.K. team. Ms. Kingston has been working in executive search and leadership consulting since 1995. Her experience covers cross-border retail banking and consumer finance, corporate and transaction banking, corporate functions, fintech, blockchain and impact investment.
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