Ms. Fowler develops client relationships with associations, corporations and firms, and executes senior level global government and public affairs searches on their behalf across multiple industries.
In the government affairs arena, she has completed successful federal, state, international, regulatory and public policy searches. Her corporate communications assignments have been in the fields of public relations, media relations, crisis communications, speechwriting, and employee communications.
Recent search assignments have included the top Corporate and Government Affairs positions for Aetna, Eli Lilly, CVS Caremark, EMD Serono, Merck & Co., McKesson Corporation, UnitedHealth and Roche Diagnostics, to name a few. She has also led senior search assignments for PhRMA, Biotechnology Innovation Organization, AdvaMed and American Kidney Fund.
Additionally, Ms. Fowler has extensive public affairs experience and has deep knowledge of the healthcare and financial services industries.
Prior to joining Korn Ferry, she was the legislative director for The Michael Lewan Company, a Washington, D.C., government relations firm specializing in health, insurance and tax-related issues.
In addition, she worked with the public affairs firm, APCO Associates, where she was involved in government relations work in the areas of health care, aging and long-term care, insurance and tax issues.
Ms. Fowler served with the finance director of the Republican National Committee during the George H.W. Bush Administration. She was a presidential appointee working with the Under Secretary for International Affairs, Department of the Treasury. In this position, she worked with the Group of Seven, The World Bank, the International Monetary Fund and the Gulf Crisis Committee.
She also held positions in the Syracuse and Capitol Hill offices of the United States Senator Alfonse D'Amato, where she handled constituent relations and health care issues.
A graduate of Dartmouth College, she earned a master's degree in public administration from the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University. While at Syracuse, she was a member of a community Task Force on Aging.
Currently she serves on the boards of the Bryce Harlow Foundation and The Public Affairs Council.