Isaacson, Miller recruits transformative leaders for education, healthcare, philanthropy, advocacy, and other endeavors that advance the public good.
Kevin McDonald reflects on his first year as the inaugural Chief Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Officer for the University of Missouri System.
Isaacson, Miller has been helping PEM build its leadership team for more than two decades. Here is an excerpt from a conversation with the PEM team.
The University of Chicago created a new interdisciplinary molecular engineering program, and they retained Isaacson Miller to find the right person to run it.
Throughout her career Cass Cliatt has maintained a singular vision: telling stories that make an impact. This vision made Ms. Cliatt a compelling candidate in IM’s search for a VP for Communications at Brown University.
The Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, a biomedical and genomic research center located in Cambridge, Massachusetts, retained Isaacson, Miller to recruit a chief development officer.
Marcus Allen was exactly the leader that BBBS SEPA needed to raise its profile, recruit mentors for children-at-risk, and exemplify its fundamental belief that inherent in every child is the ability to succeed and thrive in life.
In January of 2015, Virginia Tech retained IM to recruit a VP for advancement. The result might be called a case study in the way highly engaged partnerships lead to phenomenal recruits.
The American Board of Pediatrics’ certificate is recognized worldwide as assurance of physician competence. Dr. David G. Nichols, MD, MBA, emerged from a wide ranging search with a background that exceeded the goals of the search committee.
The Natural Resources Defense Council sought a leader with the ability to advocate effectively, expand its reach, and redouble its efforts to protect our natural resources.
IM introduced the College Board to its former president, Gaston Caperton, former Governor of West Virginia, in 1998, and to its current president, entrepreneur, and standards and assessment expert David Coleman.
The past decade has seen tectonic shifts in healthcare that have dramatically changed what it means to be a successful leader in that field.
Amherst sought a champion for the liberal arts and a president the faculty would respect to lead an academically demanding, remarkably diverse campus.
Creating a "more perfect union" and establishing justice were and remain fundamental to the vision of America. We were honored to assist the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law in their search for a leader.