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Jacqueline O'Sullivan

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+44 20 7943 1981

Jackie O’Sullivan, based in London, is a member of Egon Zehnder’s global Assessment and Development practice. Her deep global expertise in this space has made her a respected advisor to her colleagues and clients. She has worked across a range of industries and organisations, with a particular focus on Financial Services institutions. Jackie was based in New York before moving to London, where she played a key role in building Egon Zehnder’s US Assessment and Development capabilities.

Prior to joining Egon Zehnder, Jackie was Head of HR for Ultravet Diagnostics and Atlantic Coast Veterinary Specialists, where she focused on recruitment and building training programs for all staff.

Jackie earned a BA from Queens College in New York and a MSc in Organisational Change from Ashridge Business School in the UK. She is also certified in interpreting a range of psychometric tools. In her free time, Jackie enjoys traveling with her fiancé and young daughter, cooking, and spending time outdoors. She is also an avid reader, who dabbles in creative writing.

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