NASHVILLE, Tenn., May 30, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- North Highland, a global consulting company, announced today that Linda Kerzel has joined the company and will lead its human capital service area. Kerzel will leverage her 18 years of experience and provide additional insight and perspective in talent management, organization design and complex program management.
"Linda brings broad expertise and leadership in human capital and will be instrumental in leading our human capital services as they continue to evolve," said Albert Rees, vice president and cross market services leader. "We are excited about the value and fresh ideas she will bring to our clients and our team."
Prior to joining North Highland, Kerzel was president and founder of the consulting firm, High Performing Organizations, where she helped clients achieve high performance through organization alignment and management of change. Kerzel also served as vice president of management effectiveness at Fidelity Investments and spent 12 years at Accenture in their human performance practice.
Kerzel earned a Bachelor of Business Administration from Merrimack College and a Masters of Business Administration from George Washington University.
About North Highland
North Highland is a global consulting company that has changed the model of how a consultancy serves its clients. We hire experienced consultants who live and work where our clients live and work, leveraging our global network of service area expertise. We also guarantee our work. As a result, we achieve exceptional results for some of the most recognizable names in the world. These qualities have helped North Highland to be recognized as a "Best Place to Work" by Consulting Magazine five years in a row.
We help business, government and non-profit clients define strategies, streamline operations, empower people, integrate suppliers, leverage technology and maximize customer interaction. Our innovative approach sustains successful, long-term relationships by helping clients achieve their business objectives again and again. For more information, visit www.northhighland.com.
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