Korn Ferry appoints two Senior Client Partners and holds CEO webcast

13 June 2018 Consulting.us 2 min. read

Global organizational consulting firm Korn Ferry has appointed two new Senior Client Partners. Don Lowman joins the Executive Pay & Governance practice at Stamford, while Mitul Modi joins the Healthcare advisory team in San Francisco.

Between them the two new appointees bring a wealth of international consulting experience spanning decades to the Korn Ferry Hay Group in North America. Headquartered in Los Angeles, Korn Ferry acquired Hay Group in 2015 to form a leading global consultancy with specialized expertise in talent and workforce management, leadership development, and business strategy.

Don Lowman joins from the College of William & Mary, Raymond A. Mason School of Business where he was Chief Operating Officer. His chief experience lies with executive compensation and leadership consulting. Lowman was previously a Principal at Aon Hewitt and a Managing Director at Towers Perrin (now Willis Towers Watson).

“Don has a track record of success in driving revenue growth through establishing and nurturing broad-based long-term client relationships,” said Frank Giampietro, President, North America, Korn Ferry Hay Group. “His experience of helping organizations navigate complex issues in the leadership and executive compensation space will be invaluable to our clients.” 

Don Lowman and Mitul Modi - Korn Ferry

British national Mitul Modi joins from a global talent firm. He led the Healthcare executive search practice in the Middle East, securing exceptional talent across the pharmaceutical, professional services, and life sciences fields. He was recently Vice President of Physician Solutions and has lived in the US for two years. Modi began his career in the UK working with national recruitment consultancies.

“With nearly two decades of executive search experience, Mitul is a proven business developer and accomplished thought leader,” said Greg Button, President, Global Healthcare Services, Korn Ferry. “His deep expertise in building comprehensive healthcare solutions and his strategic approach will be of great benefit to our clients and the firm.”

The appointments are among a series of executive promotions being carried out by the consulting firm – which boasts a headcount of 7,000 professionals serving clients in 50 countries. Kristi Drew is another highly qualified consultant who joined as a Senior Client Partner at the Princeton office.

Korn Ferry will also become one of the first major consultancies to follow the release of its financial results with a live webcast. The results for the fourth quarter of fiscal year 2018 are slated for release on June 13, with the ensuing webcast held by CEO Gary Burnison and CFO Robert Rozek.