August 6, 2014 – Executive recruiter Witt/Kieffer has named seven promotions across all regions in its expanding search practices. Werner Boel LL. M., based in Atlanta, serves as a consultant and practice leader in the firm’s legal services practice. Katherine Haley, Ph. D., based in Manchester, NH, is a principal in Witt/Kieffer’s education practice. She conducts senior leadership searches, particularly at the presidential level, on behalf of colleges and universities. Amy Crutchfield, based in Oak Brook, IL, is a senior associate in the firm’s education and not-for-profit practices. She joined Witt/Kieffer in 2005 and has completed more than 150 successful search assignments. Adriane Willig, based in Oak Brook, is a principal in the firm's healthcare practice and brings over 20 years of healthcare experience. Jeff Schroetlin, based in Oak Brook, is a consultant who brings over 15 years of executive search experience to the firm’s national academic medicine practice. Stephen Davis, based in Boston, is a senior associate in the firm's healthcare practice. He identifies C-suite and other senior leaders on behalf of hospitals, health systems, medical schools, physician group practices and other not-for-profit organizations. Janice Feldman, based in Ft. Myers, FL, serves as a senior associate and is part of the firm’s healthcare and academic medicine practices. “We congratulate our colleagues on their well-deserved promotions,” said Charles W.B. Wardell III, president and CEO. “They bring with them an expansive knowledge of their practice area that continues to serve our clients exceptionally well, but they also demonstrate the values of our firm each day – quality, teamwork, integrity, commitment, growth and diversity.” Witt/Kieffer assists hospitals, health systems, academic medical centers, medical schools and physician groups; biotech, pharmaceutical, diagnostics and medical device companies; colleges and universities and not-for-profit community service and cultural organizations with senior administrative recruiting assignments.