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LOS ANGELES, May 6, 2015 — Korn Ferry (NYSE:KFY), the preeminent authority of leadership and talent, today announced that Nathalie Nassar has joined the firm as a Senior Partner in the firm’s Leadership & Talent Consulting business. She will be based in the Paris office.
Ms. Nassar will focus on talent strategy and organizational alignment, board and CEO services and succession management.
For nearly 30 years, Ms. Nassar has assisted major international corporations faced with challenges in their strategy and organization. She has advised CEO and C-suite executives on the organizational, cultural and human implications of their strategic decisions, supporting them on designing and implementing organizational models, enhancing effective executive team dynamic, and driving leadership development and talent strategy.
“Nathalie brings to our firm nearly three decades of talent management experience, with a particular focus on organizational alignment,” said Bernard Zen-Ruffinen, President, EMEA, Korn Ferry. “Her deep knowledge of the talent and leadership challenges faced by today’s organizations, combined with her wealth of experience and relationships working with many of the top leaders in the region will be a great addition to the firm.”
Ms. Nassar joins Korn Ferry from Oliver Wyman where she served as Senior Partner. Earlier in her career Ms. Nassar developed her skills in consulting at MID, a French strategy and operational performance consulting firm. The company was then acquired by Mercer Management Consulting, the consulting branch of U.S.-based Marsh McLennan companies.
Ms. Nassar graduated from the Ecole des Hautes Etudes Commerciales (HEC) and is a MBTI qualified practitioner.
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