ON Partners, the results-driven retained executive search firm, announced it has appointed longtime supply-chain search executive Heidi Hoffman as partner. In this role, Hoffman will lead the firm’s growing supply chain practice from the firm’s expanding Atlanta office.
Considered a pioneer in the recruitment of senior supply chain executives, Hoffman specializes in the recruitment and development of senior executives in strategic sourcing, procurement, manufacturing, operations, logistics, distribution, customer service, planning, quality, engineering and operational excellence for industrial, consumer, retail, life sciences and technology companies globally.
“We are extremely fortunate to have someone with Heidi’s level of expertise and industry knowledge joining the ON team,” noted ON Partners co-founder and managing partner Tim Conti. “Her fantastic track record in the executive search space and specifically in placing supply-chain executives is a real asset to the firm and we couldn’t be more thrilled to have her join us.”
Hoffman’s management and consulting experience spans more than twenty years. Prior to joining ON Partners, she served as a senior client partner at Korn Ferry, where she led the firm’s Global Supply Chain Center of Expertise in North America. Previously, she was with Russell Reynolds, where she founded and led the firm’s global supply chain practice and headed the North American industrial sector. Earlier, Hoffman was a member of the operations group of Booz & Co., where she consulted on supply chain, process redesign, productivity improvement and change management initiatives for a wide range of manufacturing and services companies.
Hoffman is a member of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals and the Institute for Supply Management, and she also serves on the leadership council of Franklin and Marshall College. She earned a master’s degree in business administration with a focus in finance and business policy from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business and also holds a bachelor’s degree in economics (cum laude) from Franklin and Marshall College.