Chantelle L. Johnson, an executive search professional with more than 20 years of experience in the healthcare and life sciences sectors, has joined the Nashville office of Stanton Chase as a Director. The announcement was made by Daniel Casteel, Managing Director of the Nashville office and Regional Vice President/North America.
“It is a distinct pleasure to welcome Chantelle to the Nashville team,” said Casteel. “Her background in the healthcare and life sciences sectors will further strengthen our current healthcare team which has become one of the finest in the search industry.”
During her distinguished career, she has recruited C-Suite executives, physician leaders and academic leaders across the diverse healthcare industry. Johnson understands and appreciates the unique leadership and diversity needs of today’s healthcare organizations, including academic medical centers, multi-hospital systems and physician practices.
“I’m looking forward to working with my new colleagues in the Stanton Chase Nashville office and throughout the world,” said Johnson. “The healthcare sector has unique challenges both in the United States and overseas. With its global footprint, Stanton Chase has a unique opportunity to identify and recruit the finest candidates to lead our clients into the future.”
Prior to joining Stanton Chase, Johnson served as Vice President of Senior Executive Search at a healthcare recruitment firm. She also formerly led the Physician and Faculty Recruitment/Compensation office as Assistant Vice President for a large, multi-hospital, academic medical center in North Carolina. In that role, she was a member of the medical center’s Council for Inclusion and Diversity, where she focused on diversity recruitment and retention strategies.
Johnson holds a Master of Business Administration, with concentration in Human Resources Management, from Walden University in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She is a Six Sigma Green Belt, as well as a Fellow with the Association of Staff Physician Recruiters (ASPR).
SOURCE: Stanton Chase