Landsberg Joins DHR International as Partner

Aug 28, 2020

Global executive search firm DHR International is pleased to announce that Lindsay Bray Landsberg has joined the firm as a Partner in the Consumer, Retail, and Advanced Technology practice groups, with a specialty in marketing and digital technology sectors. She will be based in the firm’s Chicago office.

Prior to joining DHR, Landsberg was a Partner with Boyden Global Executive Search, where she focused on consumer, retail, and digital technology searches with functional expertise in e-commerce, IoT, social media, marketing, product development, sales, strategy, and operations.

Prior to executive search, Landsberg had a 30-year career in business development and marketing with Leo Burnett, The Marketing Store, and Performics. She is known for finding pioneering, game-changing talent for innovative companies. Landsberg’s client work spans all industrial sectors, with expertise in digital and technology roles.

“I’m delighted to join DHR International. The emphasis on fielding the best team for search assignments, typically with two senior partners, is a winning formula for bringing our clients game-changing talent to drive performance,” Landsberg said. “With COVID, so many aspects of business are in chaos but the most important strategic variable never changes: great talent. With hands-on collaboration, a depth of industry expertise, a smart, proven process and an entrepreneurial approach, my clients will benefit from more resources and assurances that they are hiring top talent – no matter how rare the unicorn they’ve set as a goal.”

A proven marketer and strategic innovator with rich experience, Landsberg focuses on helping companies succeed in the digital era. She draws on first-hand industry experience leading, developing, and mentoring high-performing teams. Throughout her career, Landsberg has been recognized for her strategic leadership and ability to earn the trust of the C-Suite.

Landsberg earned a Master of Business Administration in marketing, strategy, and organizational behavior from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. She also holds a bachelor's degree in English and economics from the University of Michigan.