TORONTO – Cathy Logue, Managing Director of the Toronto office of Stanton Chase, has been elected to the Global Board of Directors for the Association of Executive Search and Leadership Consultants (AESC).
Founded in 1959, the AESC (www.aesc.org) is the voice of excellence for the executive search and leadership consulting profession worldwide, setting the standard for quality and ethics around the globe. AESC members range in size from large global firms and networks to boutique firms spanning more than 70 countries.
In a related announcement, Logue was also elected Vice Chair of the Americas Council, which she joined in January, 2016.
“Cathy reflects and exemplifies the high standards set by AESC,” said Mickey Matthews, International Chairman of Stanton Chase (www.stantonchase.com), a global retained executive search firm with more than 70 offices in 45 countries. “She will certainly bring these qualities to the Board and will represent Stanton Chase and our industry in a professional and progressive manner.”
Logue is Global Leader of the Stanton Chase CFO & Financial Executives Practice and has over 25 years of business leadership and executive search experience. The primary focus of her practice is leadership roles within the Financial Services, Media & Communications and Consumer Products & Services sectors. She also plays an active role in the firm’s Diversity & Inclusion Practice and sits on the 30% Club Canada Steering Committee.
“This is a distinct honor and I look forward to working with my colleagues on the Board as we continue to promote the highest professional standards of excellence among our members,” said Logue. “As our profession undergoes significant and rapid transformation, Stanton Chase, with one of the largest global footprints in the search industry, is ideally positioned to bring our perspective to the AESC Board.”
Prior to her career in executive search, Logue held financial leadership roles with Loblaw Companies and The Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto. She obtained her Chartered Accountant designation with Ernst & Young in Ottawa and graduated with an Honours Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Bishop’s University.
Karen Greenbaum, AESC President and CEO, commented: “Our Board reflects the exemplary standards of AESC’s global membership of leading executive search and advisory firms. I would like to thank our Board for their commitment to the successful future of our profession. Our Board helps AESC align our strategic direction with that of our members around the world. We are proud to represent the very best firms in the profession—whether large and global, regional or local—as we focus on new challenges facing top leaders, from global expansion and artificial intelligence to cyber risk, mass generational shift and increasing regulation.”