For the fourth consecutive year, Lindauer is honored to be included on Hunt Scanlon’s prestigious HR/Recruiting Diversity Power 65 List.
Hunt Scanlon Media, the leading talent intelligence provider to the human capital and private equity sectors, has been informing the senior talent management sector for over 30 years.In their HR/Recruiting Diversity Power 65 List of 2023, Hunt Scanlon recognizes the preeminent executive search firms specializing in diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging.
“We honor our clients who are advancing equity in meaningful, sustainable ways, and we are grateful for Hunt Scanlon’s renewed recognition,” said Lindauer CEO Deb Taft. “We are fortunate to partner with so many clients making gains in hiring, retaining, and engaging talented individuals of diverse lived experience. Top talent gravitates to authentic leaders and cultures, even more so when diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging live and breathe in those communities. We must ensure that Boards and leaders continue to see unprecedented promise and opportunity in this work.”
Lindauer’s Commitment to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging
Diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging are embedded in Lindauer’s identity and practice.
Playing an industry-leading role in ensuring that nonprofits reflect the communities they serve, we help leaders examine their organizations, honestly assess progress toward DEIB goals, and understand the large and small factors that ensure a new hire will be successful and be able to create impact.
Upholding an inclusive mindset and principles, and constantly advancing our own team and individual learnings, we ensure that our search process authentically engages individuals of diverse lived experiences. Our community of talented professionals has been created through 25 years of genuine and humble interaction, and we constantly expand our trusted network with referrals across the country.
Lindauer as a firm and Lindauer team members as professionals have strong relationships with leaders and members, invest in, and hold volunteer leadership roles with diverse networking/affinity organizations such as Allies in Action, African American Development Officers (AADO), Women of Color in Fundraising and Philanthropy (WŌC), and the diversity networks and initiatives of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP), the American Council on Education (ACE) and its Executive Search Roundtable (ESR), The Center for Opportunity and Inclusion of the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE), Women in Development (WID) of Boston and New York, and the Human Rights Campaign.