Paul K. Herrerias

Managing Director – San Francisco & Silicon Valley


p.herrerias@stantonchase.com

Paul has over thirty years of executive search and leadership consulting service in the Bay Area. He has conducted hundreds of search assignments in the professional and financial services, consumer products, technology, and wine industries. Prior to becoming managing director of Stanton Chase San Francisco in 2006, Paul co-founded three executive search and consulting firms.

Previous professional career affiliations include KPMG Peat Marwick’s Executive Search team and Deloitte & Touche, where he obtained his CPA license. He lectures and consults with CPA firms on recruiting, leadership development, and succession planning. Paul served as Chapter President, State Council member, and State Board member for the California Society of CPAs, a 30,000-member professional association.

Paul leads the Professional Services- North America/Latin America Industry Practice Group, and formerly was head of Stanton Chase’s North America Financial Services Practice. He has earned a Master’s degree in Human Resources and Organization Development (MHROD) and a Bachelor degree in Business Administration, both from the University of San Francisco, and has an active CPA License.

You can also visit Paul’s personal blog.

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Executive Search Firm in San Francisco

San Francisco

50 California Street
#1500
San Francisco, CA, 94111
United States

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Phone: +1 (415) 721-7001
Email: sanfrancisco@stantonchase.com

Executive Search Firm in Silicon Valley, CA

Silicon Valley

530 Lytton Avenue
2nd Floor
94301 Palo Alto, California
California

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Phone: 415-721-7001
Email: paloalto@stantonchase.com

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