Mercer names Mary Ann Sardone as US East career leader

29 March 2021 2 min. read
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Mercer, a global HR consulting and asset management firm, has appointed Mary Ann Sardone as leader of its career business line for the US East market.

Based in Atlanta, Sardone will be responsible for brand building and market awareness, revenue growth, and strategic direction of Mercer’s career team on the East Coast. The firm’s career business offers services in HR transformation, talent strategy and mobility, executive compensation, rewards, employee communication, and HR software (Workday and ServiceNow).

Sardone has more than 25 years of experience in rewards and talent management consulting. She previously led Mercer’s talent solutions for the US and Canada. Sardone joined the firm in 2011 as a partner in human capital consulting, focusing on broad-based and executive compensation consulting.

Prior to Mercer, she spent 15 years at Willis Towers Watson, where she was a senior consultant. Sardone began her career as a senior compensation analyst at printing and imaging technology firm Lexmark.

She holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Centre College.

Mercer names Mary Ann Sardone as US East career leader

“Mary Ann brings a long history of innovation and commercialization in our Career Business,” said Susan Haberman, leader of the career business in the US. “Her breadth of experience will further benefit clients as they accelerate the re-skilling and transformation of all aspects of their workforce. We are confident she will help us build upon past success, ensuring continued growth on the East coast.”

Headquartered in New York, Mercer also provides consulting in employee benefits and wellbeing, and investments and pension plans. The company has more than 25,000 employees across 44 countries.

The firm earlier this year named Ravin Jesuthasan as global leader for transformation services. He had previously spent more than 25 years at Willis Towers Watson, latterly serving as global leader of talent and rewards.