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Executive Search and Leadership Advisory Firm in Dallas, TX

The Stanton Chase office in Dallas is known for its fast-track searches and a 30-year record of success in senior level executive search. Most of our business is repeat business – a fact that verifies our performance and the longstanding relationships we have with our clients both in the United States and around the globe.

We are more than just headhunters. Clients work closely with our senior partners, who take the time to go through each step of our thorough Stanton Chase process. The Dallas team includes industry specialists covering a broad spectrum of needs for global and local clientele. We take pride in focusing on key skills and culture fit.

Some of our notable clients have included:

  • Hitec Power Protection
  • Kohler Company
  • LALA US
  • Niagara Conservation
  • Salzgitter Mannesmann Stainless Tubes
  • Shamrock Precision

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Contact

25 Highland Park Village Suite 100-707
75205 Dallas, Texas
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Phone: +1 214-546-1963

Our Consultants

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Finley Konrade

Managing Director
North America Private Equity Practice Leader
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Rosemary C. Gantz

Director
[email protected]tantonchase.com

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Sandhya Johnson, Ph.D.

Director
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Al Smith Jr.

Director
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Annette Wimsatt 

Research Manager
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Advisors

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Steve B. Watson

Advisory Director
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Rick Davis

Advisory Director
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Marla D. Mellies

Advisory Director
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