Los Angeles, September 12, 2019 - Korn Ferry (NYSE:KFY) today announced Alida Al-Saadi has joined the firm as a senior client partner. She specializes in life sciences and is based in Dallas.
Al-Saadi brings to Korn Ferry over 25 years of experience driving global companies' business growth while leading organizational and individual change. She joins the firm from Imagneu, a management consulting firm in Austin, Texas, where she was a principal. Prior to this, she was the strategic leadership, culture executive, and talent and organization practice lead for a global professional services firm.
Previously, Al-Saadi was the vice president of client strategy and culture transformation at Great Place to Work Institute. In this role, she led the United States assessment team to drive organizational culture with global clients.
'Alida is known as a thought leader in innovation, organizational strategies and culture transformation. She brings substantial results to clients by helping them identify, develop and retain dynamic leaders,' said Jay Kizer, president, Life Sciences, Korn Ferry. 'She has an authentic approach that promotes successful client partnerships. We are excited to have her join the team.'
Al-Saadi holds a bachelor's degree in organizational communications, information science, and photography from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay and a master's degree in organization development and change from Bowling Green State University.
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