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Nate Haines


Nate Haines co-leads Russell Reynolds’ office in Minneapolis/St. Paul and is a senior member firm’s global Professional Services team. He specializes in leadership recruitment and succession planning for consulting firms. Additionally, with a focus on Minneapolis/St. Paul, Nate has experience recruiting for Board, CEO, and other senior leadership positions across a variety of industries. This includes working with public and private companies that range from the Fortune 100 to Private Equity backed start-ups.

Previous Experience​


Prior to joining Russell Reynolds Associates, Nate spent 15 years as a management consultant. Nate started his career at Arthur Andersen before joining Huron Consulting Group as one of its founding employees. While there, Nate held multiple roles with increasing responsibility. Most recently, as managing director (partner), Nate served as a leader for his business unit’s cultural advisory and performance review committees. Nate was also a facilitator for his business unit’s development program for high-potential employees on the cusp of promotion to managing director.

Nate has presented at dozens of industry conferences and has written articles which have appeared in publications such as the Harvard Business Review.

Education


Nate received a B.B.A. in finance from the University of Iowa where he was a Hancher-Finkbine nominee. He received an M.B.A. (with honors) from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management.​​

専門分野

ビジネス/プロフェッショナルサービス, 教育, 高等教育機関​, ファイナンシャル・オフィサー, テクノロジー・オフィサー, エグゼクティブサーチ, リーダシップ・アセスメント


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