March 1, 2017
Knightsbridge Robertson Surrette, one of Canada’s leading academic executive search practices, is pleased to welcome Katherine Frank as Partner. A proven human resource leader within universities, her focus will be on building and supporting leadership of higher education institutions in Western Canada.
Before joining Knightsbridge Robertson Surrette, Katherine was the Assistant Vice-President of Human Resources at Dalhousie University for more than 8 years and at University of Calgary for 2 years. She has extensive experience and knowledge of human resources in the academic environment.
Katherine joins a team of seven partners leading executive search assignments with the support of one of the country’s largest candidate research teams. Knightsbridge Robertson Surrette is the national academic search practice of LHH Knightsbridge, a national leader in human capital solutions, and achieves international reach through LHH Knightsbridge’s executive search partner, Amrop Knightsbridge with 85 offices in 57 countries.
Katherine is a Chartered Professional in Human Resources and holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Alberta and a Human Resource Management Certificate from the University of Calgary. She has also completed the Industrial Relations Executive Program at Queen’s University
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About Knightsbridge Robertson Surrette
Knightsbridge Robertson Surrette is independently owned and operated and has been a leader in executive search in Canada for 40 years. The firm is the national academic executive search practice for partner firm, LHH Knightsbridge, one of Canada’s largest human capital solutions firms.
Since its inception in 1975, Knightsbridge Roberson Surrette has helped clients recruit top talent, develop leadership capacity and manage the human impact of change. In addition to operating offices in Toronto, Halifax, Moncton and St. John’s with over 60 professionals, the firm achieves international reach through the LHH Knightsbridge with over 300 offices in more than 60 countries, including 29 offices across Canada.