Office Managing Partner, Washington DC, Senior Client Partner, Co-Leader of Nonprofit Practice

Divina Gamble is the Office Managing Partner for Korn Ferry's Washington DC office and a Senior Client Partner where she is the Sector Co-Leader of the Nonprofit Philanthropy and Social Enterprise practice. She is also a member of the Firm's Education and Diversity practices.

Ms. Gamble specializes in the recruitment of senior leaders within the global nonprofit, philanthropy, association, and education arenas. She has placed CEOs and executives for regional, national and international organizations, start-up and renowned foundations, leading social service organizations, arts and cultural centers, and some of the world's most prominent associations. She also works closely with the firm's financial services practice providing talent solutions in impact investing and the emergent field of social enterprise.

Ms. Gamble has conducted searches for organizations including the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Corporation for Public Broadcasting, the Rockefeller Foundation, the International Baccalaureate, the Business Roundtable, the American Bankers Association, and the Council for Advancement and Support of Education. Within academia, she has conducted searches for Presidents, Provosts, Deans and other senior leaders for public and private colleges and universities within the U.S. and abroad. These institutions include the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Howard University, University of Virginia, and University of Chicago.

Ms. Gamble joined Korn Ferry from Discovery Communications, Inc. where she worked on the Global Project Management team. Prior to Discovery, she served as an academic counselor in the dean's office at Georgetown University and as a charter school teacher in Washington, DC.

Ms. Gamble received her B.A. and M.A. from Georgetown University. She served as a chair for the Georgetown University Alumni Admissions Program and co-founded the Georgetown University Alumnae Giving Circle in partnership with the Center for Social Justice. Additionally, she serves on the Board of Directors of Girls Inc. DC and Melwood Inc.

Ms. Gamble was inducted into the NextGen/CalibrNetwork, an extension of the Executive Leadership Council, the premier network of the most senior African American executives in Fortune 500 companies.

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