For the past 75 years, Boyden has been instrumental in the evolution of executive search. As a leader in our industry, we’ve set the standard for others to follow, and we continue to evolve our services, blaze new trails and tear down old barriers.
Our commitment to fighting racism, gender discrimination and social injustice is evident in the causes we are passionately aligned with — causes that harness the power of unity into a single voice to advance diversity and inclusion in business and society.
"The bottom line: management diversity is good for business. Challenging and taking action against the status quo is the only way forward - to disrupt ourselves; to acknowledge our role as advocates and active contributors towards progress.”
We challenge and address the narrow paths to leadership over the course of our work and as we continue to build global partnerships, affiliations and Boyden programs focused on action-oriented solutions.
We invite you to learn more about our trusted advisor approach to DEI here and to learn about our global partnerships supporting diversity, equity and inclusion by selecting any of the initiatives below:
As part of our #DisruptTheNorm initiative and one of three in a series of video interviews, Boyden UK & Ireland Managing Partner Nick Robeson speaks with David Villa-Clarke, CEO of Aleto Foundation, on how his organisation is making strides in diversity and inclusion.
Boyden President & CEO, Trina Gordon moderates a discussion with PE/VC leaders across the executive spectrum: Heidi Roizen (Threshold Ventures), Tarang Amin (e.l.f. Beauty), Fred Paulenich (TPG Growth, The Rise Fund), and Patricia Miller Zollar (Neuberger Berman, Northbound Equity Partners).
Watch the conversation unfold in the virtual event videos below.