With the increasing demand for senior executives in the non-governmental and not-for-profit organizations and the growing importance of this sector, IRC Global Executive Search Partners has expanded its global NGO and non-profit team.
Pía Puebla Menne (IRC Chile) has been appointed as the Americas practice leader of the NGO and non-profit practice group. The new team is led by global practice leader Malcolm Duncan (IRC Australia); Grant Pryde (IRC New Zealand) who continues in his role as Asia-Pacific leader; and Patrick Westerburger (IRC Netherlands), who serves as EMEA practice leader.
“Pia provides an invaluable perspective on NGOs and NFPs in the dynamic, challenging and transforming Americas landscape,” Mr. Duncan said. “We welcome her leadership and strategic insights for our clients and stakeholders in this space.” Ms. Menne has been working as an executive search consultant for 14 years, placing C-level executives in industries ranging from financial services to consumer products, logistics, engineering, government and non-profit.
“I am honored to be appointed the Americas Practice Leader for the NGO & not-for-profit practice group,” said Ms. Menne. “Our global team, from the Americas to Asia and from Africa to Europe, has helped companies find the right talent to meet the challenges this sector faces, despite their location, by reaching out to local markets and expanding cultural knowledge. IRC Global Executive Search Partners deliver quality service worldwide. We’re truly locally committed and globally connected.”
IRC has partners in over 80 cities across Europe, the Middle East, the Americas, Africa, Asia and Australia. The consortium has completed more than 30,000 assignments for more than 3,000 clients in virtually every industry segment and function, according to the firm.