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Building Advisory Boards

The solutions your company needs don’t always come from the inside. Advisors can bring fresh perspectives and independent advice on a wide range of company needs, such as scaling, transformation, technology and more.

Through our hands-on collaboration, we help clients define and calibrate the competencies and profiles they need. We have partnered with the world’s most respected companies to build advisory boards from scratch to tackle their most pressing issues.


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With more than 600 consultants, working in 64 offices and 36 countries, we partner with the world's greatest leaders to help them succeed personally and professionally
Kim Henderson

Kim Henderson

Washington, D.C. Office Leader

Kim Henderson, Managing Partner of Egon Zehnder’s Washington, D.C. office, previously led the firm’s Consumer Practice for the Americas. Read more

Christoph Wollersheim

Christoph Wollersheim

Washington, D.C.

Christoph Wollersheim, based in Washington, D.C., supports clients as a member of Egon Zehnder’s Services Practice and Artificial Intelligence… Read more

Christina Ng

Christina Ng

Washington, D.C.

Based in Washington, D.C., Christina Ng is active in Egon Zehnder’s Health Practice and Public & Social Sector Practice. A seasoned senior leader and… Read more


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