Karen is a results-oriented individual who specializes in helping companies achieve their business goals through effective talent management and organization design. Karen has partnered with clients to align their people and business strategies across a wide range of industries on a global basis. She particularly enjoys the challenge of diagnosing and solving business problems that transcend national borders and are multi-cultural in nature.
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Prior to joining Axiom, Karen was a Senior Consultant with Sibson Consulting where she worked with a variety of clients to maximize the return on their human capital investments. Prior to working at Sibson, Karen was an internal Compensation Consultant at Bank of America.
Publications & Affiliations:
Karen has spoken on the topic of strategic workforce planning to a variety of audiences, including The Conference Board and the Society for Human Resources Management. She has also published articles on the topic in Research and Technology Management, HR Executive, and CUPA Journal. Karen is affiliated with the Human Resources Planning Society and served as a research assistant to the authors of The McKinsey Way.
Karen received a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the TRIUM Global Executive MBA Program through the NYU Stern School of Business, the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), and the HEC School of Management in Paris. She also received two Bachelor’s degrees from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill — one in Business Administration and one in French — and studied at the Université Paul Valèry in Montpellier, France.
“Having grown up in a multi-cultural family, I have a passion for international travel and truly enjoy being around people whose mindsets, values and perspectives are different from my own. I get energy from being in environments where I am exposed to multiple ways of accomplishing the same results, where my beliefs are constantly tested, and where my thinking and most fundamental assumptions are challenged. Regardless of where I go, I always strive to bring back something new that can be readily applied to my personal and professional life.”