Stellmack, PhD

Senior Client Partner

Amy Stellmack is a Senior Client Partner at Korn Ferry, based in the firm’s Minneapolis office.

Dr. Stellmack has more than 20 years of experience in executive assessment and leadership development. Her core experience is in the design and delivery of senior executive succession and development projects, up to the CEO level. She has deep expertise in success profile creation, high-potential identification, and executive assessment and development.

She specializes in leading large blended-solution talent management consulting projects and providing strategic and technical guidance to stakeholders to drive organizational performance and engagement.

She also coaches mid-level to C-suite leaders to help them to reach their full potential. This includes working with leaders to help them to develop self-awareness, recognize and evolve any maladaptive behaviors, capitalize on their unique strengths, and become more inclusive in their approach.

She manages a team of mid- and senior-level consultants and has mentored multiple industrial/organizational psychologists and human resource practitioners. 

Dr. Stellmack has experience working with large global organizations in many different industries, including private equity, financial services, retail, agriculture, industrial, healthcare, biotechnology, consumer products, and the public sector.

Prior to joining Korn Ferry, Dr. Stellmack guided global clients as a consultant, executive assessor, and coach for three other human resource consulting firms.

She is a former President of Minnesota Professionals for Psychology Applied to Work (MPPAW) and a frequent presenter at the annual conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP).

Dr. Stellmack earned her master’s and doctoral degrees in industrial/organizational psychology from the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, and a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She is an ICF-certified coach (PCC) trained at New Ventures West.