Principal, Global Corporate Affairs

Trenholm Boggs is a Principal with Korn Ferry’s Washington, DC Office and a member of the firm’s Global Corporate Affairs Practice, a specialty practice focusing on communications, public affairs, and government affairs.

Trenholm specializes in assisting and advising companies and organizations on building out best-in- class corporate affairs teams with the next generation of leaders for major corporations and trade associations across all industry verticals.

Recent corporate affairs search assignments across the healthcare industry have included senior positions for Eli Lilly, Inova Health System, and Anchorum St.

Vincent to name a few. He has also worked on numerous trade association search assignments for Pharmaceutical Care Management Association, American Cleaning Institute, Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers Association, Healthcare Distribution Alliance, The Business Roundtable, and the National Association of Federally-Insured Credit Unions.

Prior to joining Korn Ferry, Trenholm spent more than a decade in government and on campaigns at the state and federal level.  More recently, Trenholm managed numerous key strategic initiatives including a digital and sustainability transformation at the U.S. Government Publishing  Office  (GPO),  a  billion-dollar  enterprise responsible  for  the  publishing  needs  of  all  three branches of the U.S. Government.  Earlier in his career, Trenholm  worked  at  Jones  Lang  LaSalle,  the Environmental Protection Agency and on a presidential campaign where he recruited, placed and managed talent at the national headquarters.

Trenholm earned a bachelor’s degree with honors from Colby College in American Studies and in Art and was a four-year letter winner on the Men's Lacrosse team. He has served in numerous community and civic related capacities during his career. In his free time, he works with his 11-year-old Labrador Retriever.  Trenholm is originally from Washington, DC and now lives with his wife and their two daughters in Arlington, Virginia.