LOS ANGELES, April 5, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Korn/Ferry International (NYSE:KFY), a premier global provider of talent management solutions, today announced that Sue Ribot has joined the firm as a Senior Client Partner in the Technology Practice. She will be based in Korn/Ferry's Northern Virginia office.
Ms. Ribot is an accomplished and respected senior executive with an emphasis in cloud, managed services, software, IT outsourcing, virtualization, network integration services, data center hosting and consolidation, technology sales, with a proven background in building and nurturing global client and partner relationships.
Ms. Ribot joins Korn/Ferry International from Red Hat Inc., where she managed sales across North America for the communications, media and entertainment, cloud and service provider verticals. Prior to joining Red Hat Inc., Ms. Ribot led the East and Federal teams at Savvis. For ten years she was at Verizon where she held a number of management roles.
"Sue brings to Korn/Ferry strong credentials in the technology sector, having held key positions at several organizations that are shaping the technology landscape," said Kim Shanahan, Managing Director, Virginia, Korn/Ferry International. "Her hands-on experience, relationships in the industry and deep knowledge of the issues and trends that are defining the technology market will be a strong asset to our technology practice."Ms. Ribot received a Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University Of Hartford. About Korn/Ferry International Korn/Ferry International is a premier global provider of talent management solutions, with a presence throughout the Americas, Asia Pacific, Europe, the Middle East and Africa. The firm delivers services and solutions that help clients cultivate greatness through the attraction, engagement, development and retention of their talent. Visit www.kornferry.com for more information on Korn/Ferry International, and www.kornferryinstitute.com for thought leadership, intellectual property, and research. SOURCE Korn/Ferry International