Korn Ferry has hired Thomas Wrobleski, formerly at, among others, AlixPartners, A.T. Kearney and Deloitte, as a Senior Partner and Global Account Lead in its Consumer Practice.
Prior to joining Korn Ferry, Thomas Wrobleski worked at Chainalytics for almost three years, most recently as its Executive Vice President in Industry Supply Chains and previously as Vice President of Supply Chain. He joined the supply chain consulting and analytics firm from Capgemini, where he was a Vice President for three years. Earlier in his career he worked at AlixPartners for almost two years; at BearingPoint as a Managing Director for almost three years; at A.T. Kearney as a Principal for five years; at Deloitte for three years, most recently as a Manager. He started his career in the US Navy, in its Aircrafts division in 1989, rising to the rank of Lieutenant by 1997.
Wrobleski holds a Bachelor of Science in Aviation and Engineering from the Ohio State University and a Master of Business Administration in Strategy and Finance from Carnegie Mellon University - Tepper School of Business.
The appointment sees Wrobleski join Korn Ferry as a Senior Partner and lead of the firm’s Global Account Lead in its Consumer Practice. He brings almost 30 years of consulting experience to the firm, and is tasked with driving further business in the firm’s Consumer Practice.
Doug Charles, President, North America, Korn Ferry, says, “Tom brings more than two decades of industry and consulting experience driving innovative and large-scale transformation solutions for clients in North America and globally.”
Caroline Nahas, Vice Chairman & Head of the North America Consumer Practice, Korn Ferry says, that the firm “looks forward” to Tom joining our North America Consumer Practice. Adding, “His deep industry knowledge, account management experience, and expertise in working with Fortune 500 clients to drive transformation and collaboration agendas will be a great addition to our firm and clients.”
Last month Korn Ferry added two new Senior Client Partners in the US (Henry Topping and Mariano Malvicino) while earlier this month Hay Group, the HR consultancy arm of the recruitment giant, boosted its ranks with former Morgan Stanley executive Karen Jamesley.