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IESF unanimously elected new member for the Leadership Council

Claudia Montedónico from IESF Chile will represent the (South) Americas

The International Executive Search Federation is proud to announce that Claudia Montedónico from IESF Chile (HR Burô) has taken on the role of member of the Leadership Council for the (South) Americas region.

Claudia Montedónico is the Partner & Communications Director at HR Burô. She is a journalist with an extensive experience in corporate communications and Senior Consultant in Human Resources Management. Claudia began her career working in companies of telecommunications and technology sector, and for more than six years she worked at the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC). She was also consultant for different companies of the public Chilean sector, focusing her development on the Human Resources industry. Claudia joined Buró team in 2007, promoting the generation of networks and communication with the main stakeholders. Currently she is Partner and Communications Director at HR Buró.

Gertjan van de Groep: “I’m looking forward to closely work together with Claudia and the other members of our Leadership Council. I’m sure she will be of great value for us with her new ideas, experience within her rapidly growing firm in executive search in Chile and her strong presence in the Americas.”

About IESF

International Executive Search Federation is one of the world’s most recognized international executive search groups / associations. Identifying talent and leadership in 50 offices and 22 countries, we are globally known as “The Local Experts” because we understand regional markets and their specific needs when it comes to executive recruitment. We offer a fully customized, local approach to search projects, based on culture, regional economics, and the local candidate marketplace. We never seek to impose a “one-size-fits-all” solution. Our search process is optimized to the local culture.

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