Odgers Berndtson Continues the Expansion of Their Canadian Business by Welcoming Kim Stangeby, as Partner and Head of Strategy Consulting

09 Nov 2021

Odgers Berndtson Continues the Expansion of Their Canadian Business by Welcoming Kim Stangeby, as Partner and Head of Strategy Consulting

Odgers Berndtson is pleased to announce the continued expansion of their Canadian business by welcoming Kim Stangeby, as Partner and Head of Strategy Consulting, a new offering for the integrated leadership advisory firm.

“Adding strategy consulting to our business was a client-led directive. Our clients prioritize working with a partner who can support all their leadership, team, and organizational needs,” said Carl Lovas, Chief Executive Officer, Odgers Berndtson Canada. “Strategic consulting is a natural way to add further value to our existing executive and board search, interim executive, and leadership assessment, coaching, and development business.”

“As Head of Strategy Consulting, Kim will work with our clients to implement impactful transformation solutions focused on Board, CEO, and organizational alignment,” said Brad Beveridge, President, Odgers Berndtson Canada. “Kim has extraordinary credentials and experience. She spent over twenty years as a strategist in advisory and C-suite roles with organizations like McKinsey, the Greater Toronto Airports Authority, and the Bank of Montreal. Welcoming someone of Kim’s caliber to the team further solidifies our commitment to always listen to our clients’ needs and to bring them the best experts in the industry.”

“Moving out of the pandemic, organizations are hyper-focused on executing their business imperatives while minimizing disruption, which will require complete strategic alignment at all levels of leadership,” said Kim Stangeby. “My priority is always to advance clarity and unity across complex strategic and multi-stakeholder contexts using a diplomatic and pragmatic approach that is a perfect match for Odgers Berndtson.”

Kim holds a PhD in Biomechanical Engineering and a Bachelor of Applied Sciences in Chemical Engineering, both from the University of Toronto.