Ann Marie Yanushefski
Ms. Yanushefski is practical and flexible in her approach, designing systems that meet the needs of her clients while taking into account their short- and long-term business goals. She has worked with companies in a broad range of industries, including utilities, financial services, international banking, transportation, healthcare, retail, and high tech.
Ms. Yanushefski serves as champion for both the assessment and talent management practice areas at Korn Ferry. She is skilled at management and executive coaching and has provided career counseling for numerous clients. Previously, Ms. Yanushefski was based in The Hague, where she established the PDI Ninth House (now a Korn Ferry company) office in the Netherlands and was responsible for supporting the Firm's work with a multinational oil company, as well as developing new business opportunities.
Prior to joining the Firm, Ms. Yanushefski worked as an independent consultant. In addition, she has served as an assessor for Personnel Assessment Systems and as an instructor at Old Dominion University. She held an adjunct teaching position at Marymount University where she taught a graduate class in selection and performance appraisal.
Ms. Yanushefski keeps up to date through membership in the American Psychological Association as well as the Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychologists.
Ms. Yanushefski received her doctoral degree in organizational psychology from Old Dominion University, where she worked with a number of organizations, including the U.S. Navy, as she was completing her degree. She also holds a master's degree in human development and an education specialist degree in school psychology.