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Executive Vice President, Global Human Resources
Prior to her current role, Ms. Hyman spearheaded Korn Ferry's account management strategy across the Firm's five global markets. She is a member of the Firm's Global Operating Committee and provides leadership in the evolution of the Firm's focus on major accounts.
She is also active in the Global Life Sciences and Consumer Markets, as well as the Human Resources Center of Expertise, and serves as the Global Leader of one of the Firm's largest accounts.
Ms. Hyman's executive management experience lends itself well to assisting companies that are seeking to drive significant change, ranging from turnarounds to high growth. Ms. Hyman's industry and consulting experience enables her to identify the competencies and critical success factors that drive high-performing leaders and teams.
Prior to joining Korn Ferry in 1997, Ms. Hyman was vice president, internal resources for Corning Clinical Laboratories (now Quest Diagnostics (formerly Corning Clinical Laboratories), where she served on senior leadership teams for both Quest and Corning.
As head of human resources, she was responsible for HR strategy, staffing, training and development, executive coaching, compensation, employee relations and facilities management of one of the world's largest clinical laboratories.
Before joining Quest, Ms. Hyman was president of Integrated Human Systems, Inc., a consulting firm specializing in organizational effectiveness, transition strategies, and managerial assessment and development. She worked with Global 1000 and Fortune 500 companies, as well as start-up and fast-growth companies. Previously, Ms. Hyman held managerial positions in human resources with Squibb Corporation and Datascope.
Ms. Hyman holds a master's in administration from Rider University and a bachelor's in political science from American University.