Mercer announced today that Brett Gerard recently joined the firm’s Houston office as Partner and Senior Client Manager. In this role he will help ensure client satisfaction and further build client relationships across Mercer Talent, Health, Retirement and Investments business lines throughout the greater-Houston market. Mr. Gerard reports to Dave Hilborn, Senior Partner and Houston Office Leader.
Mr. Gerard joins Mercer from The RightThing, an ADP Company, where for the past six years he led the firm’s business global development efforts in the recruitment process outsourcing industry. Earlier in his career he held consulting and sales leadership positions of increasing responsibility at TPI, Korn/Ferry International Futurestep, Hewitt Associates (now Aon Hewitt) and Aetna.
“We are very pleased to welcome Brett to Mercer,” said Mr. Hilborn. “We will look to Brett and his deep experience in HR-related topics as well as his broad sales and business development skills to help us further strengthen and grow our client relationships in the strategically important greater-Houston market.”
Mr. Gerard earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in government and politics from George Mason University.
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