AESC Announces New Appointments to Global Board of Directors and Regional Councils

AESC Announces New Appointments to Global Board of Directors and Regional Councils

New York, February 11, 2016 Association of Executive Search and Leadership Consultants (AESC) today announced the appointment of officers to the AESC Global Board of Directors, which consists of elected officers from each of AESC’s three Regional Councils: Americas; Asia Pacific and Middle East; and Europe, Israel and Africa.

2016 AESC Global Board of Directors

  • Thomas T. Daniels, Spencer Stuart, Chair
  • Aidan Kennedy, Saxton Bampfylde/Panorama, Chair Emeritus
  • Krista Walochik, Talengo, Vice Chair
  • Dinesh Mirchandani, Boyden, Secretary and Treasurer
  • Karen Greenbaum, AESC, Ex-officio
  • Ineke Arts, Hoffmann & Associates/IIC
  • Paul Benson, Korn Ferry
  • Richard Boggis Rolfe, Odgers Berndtson
  • Kate Bullis, SEBA International
  • Dorota Czarnota, Russell Reynolds Associates
  • Thomas J. Fuller, Epsen Fuller/IMD
  • Nobi Kaneko, Kaneko & Associates
  • Alan J. Kaplan, Kaplan Partners
  • Steve Mullinjer, Heidrick & Struggles

Thomas T. Daniels, AESC Chair, commented: “The AESC Board plays a critical role in ensuring the highest standards in the executive search and leadership consulting profession globally. AESC members commit and adhere to a stringent Code of Professional Practice and Standards of Excellence, bringing strategic and trusted advisory services to organizations worldwide. This year, we welcome the new appointments of Richard Boggis-Rolfe of Odgers Berndtson, Dorota Czarnota of Russell Reynolds and Nobi Kaneko of Kaneko & Associates. We look forward to their service and I look forward to working with our directors and AESC members around the world to ensure AESC is the voice of excellence for the profession.”

AESC today also announced 2016 officers serving its three Regional Councils. For AESC Council of the Americas: Alan J. Kaplan of Kaplan Partners was appointed Chair; Kate Bullis of SEBA international, LLC was appointed Vice Chair; and Thomas J. Fullerof Epsen Fuller/IMD will continue to serve as Secretary and Treasurer. For AESC Council of Asia Pacific and Middle East: Steve Mullinjer of Heidrick & Struggles will continue to serve as Chair; Dinesh Mirchandani of Boyden was appointed to serve as Vice Chair; and Nobi Kaneko of Kaneko & Associates was appointed Secretary and Treasurer. For AESC Council of Europe, Israel and Africa: Krista Walochik of Talengo will continue to serve as Chair; Paul Benson of Korn Ferry will continue to serve as Vice Chair; and Richard Boggis-Rolfe of Odgers Berndtson was appointed Secretary and Treasurer. A complete list of AESC Council members can be found on the AESC website.

Karen Greenbaum, AESC President and CEO, commented: “Our board represents the best of the best executive search and leadership consulting firms worldwide. AESC serves as the voice of excellence for our profession and our regional councils and Board provide the strategic advice and direction we need to raise the visibility and quality of our profession worldwide. AESC represents large global firms, small boutique firms and firms that are part of global networks. Each of our members shares a commitment to the highest professional standards. I would like to thank our global Board and Councils for guiding our profession as we raise the visibility of our profession and AESC with clients around the world.”

About Association of Executive Search and Leadership Consultants
Since 1959, AESC has set the standard for quality and ethics in executive search and leadership consulting worldwide. Because AESC members must commit and adhere to the AESC’s industry and government recognized Code of Professional Practice andStandards of Excellence, clients can be assured that AESC members are able to serve as trusted advisors for their most important engagements. As the voice for executive search and leadership consulting worldwide, today the AESC is comprised of more than 300 member firms, representing 8,000 executive search professionals in more than 70 countries. To learn more about AESC and its membership, visit www.aesc.org. For information about AESC’s career service for executive-level professionals, visitwww.bluesteps.com.

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