J. Harpole, C. Anterasian, R. Stark, K. Schnure and H. Ford

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John Harpole is a consultant within Spencer Stuart’s Leadership Advisory Services and he is a member of the firm’s Financial Services Practice. Cathy Anterasian leads CEO Succession Services for Spencer Stuart in North America. She is an active member of the North American Board and CEO practices. Robert Stark co-leads Spencer Stuart’s CEO Succession advisory services. He has guided more than 80 boards through the CEO succession process and assessed over 300 CEOs and CEO candidates. Based in Chicago, Kathy Schnure is a consultant with Spencer Stuart’s Leadership Advisory Services team. Kathy helps clients navigate their most complex leadership and talent challenges by leveraging her expertise in executive assessment and development, as well as C-suite succession planning. Hannah Ford is a senior associate in Spencer Stuart’s Consumer Practice, working with a range of organizations, spanning from F100 companies to high-growth consumer products and tech startups, to attract and retain senior leaders for their organizations.

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