SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Hodge / Niederer / Cariani / Lindsay, a leading, national executive and board search firm announced today that Vicky Goldberg has joined as Partner. She will be based in the Firm's Los Angeles office and will focus on the media, entertainment and consumer sectors.
Prior to joining HNCL Search, Vicky was Vice President of Worldwide Recruitment at Warner Bros. Entertainment, Inc. Before Warner Bros., she spent six years at Heidrick & Struggles and seven years at SpencerStuart helping to build the Media & Entertainment Practices at both firms into industry leaders. During this period, she advised a number of high-profile clients including Disney, MGM, Fox, Universal, MTV and CBS as well as medium and small-sized entrepreneurial organizations.
"Vicky is a highly respected executive search consultant in the media and entertainment sector with a proven track record of accomplishment," stated Jeffrey W. Hodge, President, HNCL Search. "Her recent in-house recruiting experience at a major entertainment studio combined with her extensive background from leading retained search firms will serve as an invaluable resource for our clients in Southern California and throughout the United States. We are very excited that she has decided to join our firm."
Ms. Goldberg said, "I am thrilled to be joining HNCL's talented search team. I look forward to working with professionals that are as dedicated to such a high quality of service as those at HNCL and who are passionate about finding the right candidate for their clients. The beauty of HNCL Search is that we all have big search firm experience and knowledge, yet we can be more flexible in order to best serve the interests of our clients."
About Hodge / Niederer / Cariani / Lindsay
Hodge / Niederer / Cariani / Lindsay is a leading, national executive
and board search firm. Established in 2003, the firm is headquartered in
San Francisco with offices in Atl
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