Christine Greybe serves as president of DHR International and has been instrumental in establishing the DHR brand throughout the Asia-Pacific region. Read more >
Christine Greybe serves as president of DHR International and has been instrumental in establishing the DHR brand throughout the Asia-Pacific region.
She joined DHR in September 2004 as the Managing Director of Asia-Pacific, was appointed to the DHR Board of Directors in March 2006 and promoted to President of the firm in October 2008. She championed our Diversity Practice and the Board and CEO Practice in Asia-Pacific. This has led to the placement of female talent in key leadership roles, particularly in Japan.
Ms. Greybe has led the expansion of DHR’s brand, opening offices in Australia, China, Dubai, India, Korea, Japan, Taiwan, Thailand and Singapore with ongoing plans for further growth. More recently she has been pat of the acquisition team for the DHR CTP acquisition and continues to provide strategic direction for our international operations.
Her clients are a combination of public and private global companies with a focus on identifying global or regional talent for their operations across the C suite, Board and key functional roles. Her trademark has been building deep and lasting relationships with clients, driving value through her placements.
Ms. Greybe has been featured and quoted in business media, such as Bloomberg TV, CCTV (China’s national TV network), China Business News, CNBC Asia, Financial Times, Nikkei Financial Daily, Nikkei Sangyo, Reuters, Shanghai Business Review, South China Morning Post and The Wall Street Journal.
Ms. Greybe was born in South Africa and has a Diploma of Higher Education from Rhodes University. She is fluent in English and Afrikaans and resides between South Africa and Los Angeles with her husband, spending time in our international locations as needed. < Read less
SPECIALTY PRACTICE AREAS
LOCATIONHong Kong | Asia Pacific
Los Angeles | North America
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