Oct. 30, 2013
/PRNewswire/ -- Korn/Ferry International (NYSE: KFY), a premier global provider of talent management solutions, today announced that David L. Vied has joined the firm's global Life Sciences Practice. He will be based out of Korn/Ferry's
office and will be focused on further expanding the firm's Global Medical Devices business.
Mr. Vied joins Korn/Ferry from another global executive search firm, where he served as Managing Partner of the North America Life Sciences Practice and Global Medical Device Practice. Previously, he served as director of operations and planning, as well as director of human resources for St. Jude Medical Europe in
"David brings to Korn/Ferry impeccable credentials and a track record of success while working with some of the most well-regarded firms in the medical devices and diagnostics industry across the globe," said
, Global Market Managing Director, Life Sciences, Korn/Ferry International. "As we further extend our integrated solutions strategy, David's global approach to business, combined with deep experience and relationships at the highest levels of organizations is the perfect fit for Korn/Ferry. I look forward to having him join the Life Sciences team."
Having served as vice president of administration with Medical Graphics Corporations, a developer and manufacturer of non-invasive cardiorespiratory diagnostic systems, David has strong client-side credentials.
David received a BA degree in communication studies from
California State University at Sacramento
and an MS degree (cum laude) in labor and industrial relations from the
University of North Texas
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