Korn Ferry adds Kim Crowley as Senior Client Partner in Boston

07 January 2019 Consulting.us 2 min. read
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Crowley, formerly a Partner in EY’s People Advisory Services practice, brings over twenty years’ consulting experience to her new role at Korn Ferry as Senior Client Partner and Global Account Leader in the Life Sciences market.

Kim Crowley, who will be based out of Korn Ferry’s Boston office, is a leading expert in global workforce management and mobility advisory. Prior to joining the HR consultancy, Crowley spent 14 years at EY in various leadership positions – most recently as Partner in People Advisory Services.

At EY, she advised multinational firms on global mobility programs (the HR segment concerned with company cars, commuting, business travel, etc.) and compliance services while overseeing global EY teams focused on those areas. Crowley also was the project lead for EY’s Global Mobility internal education program, developing training programs and curriculum for new hires and experienced staff.

Korn Ferry adds Kim Crowley as Senior Client Partner in Boston

Before her time at EY, Crowley was a Global Mobility Manager at Deloitte for three years. She started her consulting career in 1996 at PwC, where she spent five years. As such, she is an alumnus of three of the Big Four accounting and consulting firms.

Crowley holds a bachelor’s degree in business and accounting from the University of Massachusetts at Boston.

“Kim is a respected leader with deep technical knowledge of global mobility,” said Doug Charles, President of the Americas, Korn Ferry. “We are confident that her expertise and innovative approach will drive meaningful impact for our clients. We look forward to her joining the team.”

Founded in 1969 and headquartered in Los Angeles, Korn Ferry is one of the world’s leading human resources consulting firms, employing 7,500 people and posting annual revenues of $1.82 billion. The company specializes in executive search, recruitment, outsourcing, compensation and rewards, leadership development, and training. The firm’s main global competitors are Mercer and Willis Towers Watson.

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