Kerynne Metherell


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Kerynne Metherell
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Kerynne Metherell


Kerynne Metherell advises clients as a core member of the firm's Board & CEO Advisory Partners. She specializes in chairman, non-executive director and CEO appointments across a range of business sectors, with a particular focus on CEO succession and transition, performance assessments, digital and sustainability roles, and broader leadership advisory and coaching work. Kerynne is based in London.​

PRE​VIOUS EXPERIENCE


Kerynne joined Russell Reynolds Associates upon the firm's acquisition of The Zygos Partnership. She has over ten years of executive search experience and, previously, worked as a strategy consultant at Oliver Wyman and a leadership coach, developing executive talent and building effective senior teams. She began her executive search career at another leading international search firm, where she worked with senior clients on board-level talent identification and assessment. Prior to joining the search industry, Kerynne had a career in international business, at Glaxo Pharmaceuticals and then The Coca-Cola Company in Hong Kong. Post her MBA, she led the business development and strategy functions at AOL Europe and then Channel 4, where she delivered two major strategic transformation programs.​

EDU​CATION & AFFILIATIONS


Kerynne holds an ​MA in geography from Oxford University, an MBA from INSEAD, marketing qualifications from the Chartered Institute of Marketing and Google Squared, and is certified by the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. She is also a certified Executive Coach.​​​

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Board Directors and Chief Executive Officers, Board & CEO Advisory Partners, Succession Planning, Assessment, Digital, Leadership Advisory Services


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