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Our success is strengthened by our deep and diverse relationships, as well as our continual investment in the research and development of a leadership pipeline.
We have conducted thousands of searches that have paired our clients with exceptional leaders, one position and one mission at a time. Since our founding in 1991, we have been nationally recognized for our commitment and thought leadership on issues of equity, diversity and inclusion in the executive search process.
8/7/2020 Matthew Rousu, Ph.D. — Dean and Professor of Economics, Sigmund Weis School of Business, Susquehanna University
This past semester I had the privilege of leading the search to find Susquehanna University’s Athletic Director. When the process started, it seemed so normal. Spelman Johnson was working with us during our search, and we had our initial phone call with them in early January followed up by an in-person meeting in mid-January. The… Continue reading >
7/30/2020 Stan Johnson, President and Founder — Stan Johnson & Associates Stan Johnson also currently serves as the executive director of MOAA (Minorities Opportunity Athletic Association)
I am happy to see that many individuals, companies and institutions have, these past few weeks, discussed, distributed, posted, or made videos condemning what has been occurring throughout our society. Stopping to show your support for all individuals who are hurting, all who are angry and frustrated, all who are tired, not only about these… Continue reading >
7/29/2020 Robert N. Page Jr. — Founder, The Legacy Group Online
As college campuses across the nation continue to develop COVID-19 plans to address the pandemic, the impact that it will have on the work around diversity, equity and inclusion will have lasting outcomes. From barriers to access for underrepresented populations to an inability to persist toward completion due to financial constraints. When campuses try and… Continue reading >