Wednesday, October 27, 1999From The Globe and Mail
Spencer Stuart in pleased to announce that Sharon Rudy has joined the firm's Toronto office as a Consultant.
Before joining Spencer Stuart, Sharon spent over three years with an international search firm as Senior Associate and Head of Research based in Toronto. Prior to entering search, Sharon taught at Queen's University and worked for the International Affairs Directorate of Environment Canada and for Public Affairs International in Ottawa. She also held positions in marketing and public affairs at IBM Canada in Toronto. Sharon obtained an M.A. and Ph.D. in History from Queen's University and a B.A. in History and Economics from the University of Waterloo.
Sharon is a member of Spencer Stuart's Global High Technology Practice and of the firm's Global Internet Practice, with a focus in the emerging field of e-commerce. She also has expertise in the professional services, consumer packaged goods and retail industries. Sharon has worked with both start-up and established organizations across North America and abroad.
Spencer Stuart is a leading global management consulting firm specializing in senior-level executive board director searches. With 50 offices in 24 countries across five continents, Spencer Stuart has more than 280 consultants and is organized into industry practices that focus on meeting client needs across a wide range of business sectors. In 1978, Spencer Stuart became the first global executive search firm to enter the Canadian market. For more than two decades, the firm's consultants in its Toronto and Montreal offices have worked with Canadian and international clients to help them achieve outstanding leadership solutions for their organizations. Visit the Spencer Stuart website at http://www.spencerstuart.com.
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