Slayton Search Partners, a globally respected leader in retained executive search, is excited to announce that Madeline Dauksas has joined the company as Vice President and Principal. She will bring her expertise in the Consumer practice to drive value for top-performing organizations in the space.
“I’m excited to bring my career to a high-touch and well-respected company,” comments Madeline. “It’s an honor to join a leading search firm that is focused not only on an exceptional level of service to its clients but also on the experience of its employees. They have welcomed me in, and it’s clear how much they care.”
As a Chicago native, Madeline has built her career in executive search at a handful of prominent international search firms, most recently at Heidrick & Struggles. She has completed over 100 assignments at the C-suite level and is uniquely positioned to leverage her skills in the search process.
“We anticipate great things from Madeline,” shares Richard Slayton, Manager Partner & CEO of Slayton Search Partners. “Her impressive background in executive search makes her a great fit for our company. I’m excited to see her put her capabilities to use in building client relationships and growing our Consumer practice.”
About Slayton Search Partners
Slayton Search Partners is a top retained executive search firm, serving some of North America’s most recognized companies. Slayton’s limit-less® approach to executive search has made the firm the first choice of U.S. businesses and organizations who demand the best possible search results. By focusing on a structure that balances the size needed to do the job with the size needed to deliver personal attention and service, Slayton avoids restrictions that limit traditional search firms. This helps transform relationships with clients into a limit-less® opportunity for high-quality solutions.
Slayton’s combination of highly experienced and focused search professionals, coupled with its record for attentive personal service, has made it one of the most highly respected retained executive search firms in the country.