July 30, 2012
/PRNewswire/ -- Korn/Ferry International (NYSE: KFY), a premier global provider of talent management solutions, announced today that
Lorenza Di Giovanni
has joined the firm as a Client Partner in the Consumer Practice with a focus on luxury brands. She will be based in
joins the firm from
(formerly Ray & Berndtson), where she acted as Partner, Co-Head of their Luxury Global Practice.
A widely regarded partner and advisor for organizations that face global talent and leadership challenges in the areas of luxury, retail and fashion, Ms.
brings to Korn/Ferry over a decade's worth of executive search and leadership consulting experience.
"Lorenza has a deep understanding of the talent management issues facing today's consumer," said
, Korn/Ferry International Managing Director,
. "Having worked at many of the top consumer and luxury brands in the world, her hands on knowledge in the industry will be a great fit for Korn/Ferry clients and our presence in this impactful market."
Over the years, Ms.
has built a successful marketing career working with some of the top multinational consumer goods companies in the world. After working at General Motors and GUESS, Inc in the U.S., she spent eight years at Colgate-Palmolive,
holding several senior marketing positions. She then started her own consulting firm, which focused on business and marketing planning, international expansion, and institutional and brand communication strategies.
earned a Business Administration degree from LUISS University in
and an MBA from
in Los Angeles. She is fluent in English and French. She is also an ICF certified executive coach.
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