HKA welcomes four associate consultants in US

02 August 2023 2 min. read
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HKA, a global risk and disputes consulting firm, has hired four associate consultants across its US offices.

The London-headquartered firm – which focuses on construction sector engagements – also welcomed more than a dozen new team members across its global operations.

Kay Badenhuizen has joined HKA’s Phoenix office after spending a year as an analyst at management consultancy Point B. She completed a bachelor’s degree in business economics and entrepreneurship at the University of Arizona in 2022.

Riley Gora has joined HKA’s Minneapolis office after completing a bachelor’s degree at Iowa State University earlier this year. During his time at Iowa State, Gora completed engineering internships at Sukup Manufacturing and Collins Aerospace.

Kay Badenhuizen, Riley Gora, Khabib Musashaykhov and Alix Tilbrook

Khabib Musashaykhov joins the Washington, DC office, bringing three years of experience in asset management, with a focus on equity investments. He recently completed a bachelor’s degree in business administration at The George Washington University and is currently completing his certified fraud examiner certification.

Alex Tilbrook joins the Phoenix office’s forensic accounting and commercial damages team. He completed a bachelor’s degree in finance at the University of Arizona earlier this year.

“Thank you for choosing to join our HKA global team. HKA is a great place for our brilliant people to work, grow and play,” said Kate Wood, partner and chief people officer. “Your diversity, experience, and skills will make our company even better as we continuously collaborate and improve HKA together.”

HKA has more than 1,000 professionals in 45+ offices across 17 countries, including 20 offices in the United States.

The firm provides consulting services in risk mitigation, dispute resolution, expert witness, and litigation support. The London-headquartered firm specializes in capital projects and infrastructure, contract disputes, and consulting for federal contractors.