Mehrab Deboo joins Korn Ferry in Global Supply Chain Center of Expertise
Los Angeles, Monday, February 2, 2015 – Korn Ferry (NYSE:KFY), a single source of leadership and talent consulting services, today announced that Mehrab Deboo has joined the firm as a core member of the Global Supply Chain Center of Expertise. Mr. Deboo will be based out of Korn Ferry’s Chicago office.
Mr. Deboo brings more than twelve years of executive search experience, having successfully developed and managed searches in operations, supply chain, manufacturing, engineering/R&D, general management, and human resources.
Prior to joining Korn Ferry, Mr. Deboo worked at another global search firm.
Throughout his career, Mr. Deboo has established strong relationships within the Fortune 500, private equity, and venture capital-backed companies, helping to build their leadership teams at the most senior levels across many industry sectors including automotive, industrial, consumer packaged goods, and consumer durables.
“Mehrab's background and skills are a tremendous addition to our Global Supply Chain Center of Expertise”, said Doug Charles, President, Americas, Korn Ferry. “His extensive international and cross-cultural experience, combined with his deep knowledge of the talent issues driving the supply chain section, will be a great addition to our firm.”
Mr. Deboo earned a Bachelor of Science degree in finance from DePaul University.
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