Boyden Names Andrew Gardner as Managing Director in Philadelphia [Health & Beauty Close - Up]
(Health & Beauty Close - Up Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Boyden, an executive search firm, said that Andrew Gardner, an authority in leadership solutions for digital marketing and healthcare, has joined Boyden as a Managing Director in Philadelphia.
In a release, the firm said that his practice will be affiliated with Boyden's Pittsburgh office.
"Andy brings Boyden a wealth of experience and success in C- level and senior executive recruiting in technology and healthcare," said Tom Flannery, Boyden's Global Leader for Board Services and Managing Director of Boyden Pittsburgh. "Talent and recruiting have become critical issues for our digital marketing and healthcare clients and Andy will further build our US and global presence in a significant way."
Prior to Boyden, Gardner was co-founder and owner of a top digital and integrated marketing recruitment firm. The firm became known as the "go-to" resource for some of the biggest and best- known agencies and Fortune 1000 companies. His clients have included Sapient, Vanguard, Orkin, Luxus, and Propane Studio.
Drawing on his background in healthcare, Boyden said that Gardner has recruited senior-level executives in medical practices and ambulatory surgery centers.
Prior to his career in executive recruiting, Gardner held senior management positions in digital marketing, business development, product management, and mergers and acquisitions. He served as Vice President, Customer Insight Group at Razorfish, where he oversaw the User Experience and Data Analytics departments.
Previously, Gardner was Executive Director of Business Development at the Educational Testing Service (ETS). He joined ETS after founding Dolphin, Inc., an educational software company, which won multiple industry awards. In 1999, he sold Dolphin to the American Education Corp.
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