Dara Klarfeld, CEO of DRG Search is pleased to announce the appointment of Amichaim Abramson as Chief Strategy Officer.
In this newly created position, Abramson will collaborate with the CEO to expand upon DRG's executive search business. He will also work to leverage DRG's platform and leadership in talent recruitment to diversify the products and services the firm offers to the nonprofit community.
Over the past 20 years, Abramson built a successful career with extensive experience in reorganizations, M&A, public and private equity raises and investing in companies across multiple industries. He comes to DRG with tremendous experience in operations, finance and business development, as well as experience in the nonprofit world. In his most recent work, Abramson was at Ride Entertainment where he served as Chief Financial Officer and as the SVP of Strategic Initiatives for the last 7 years.
"I am thrilled to welcome Ami to DRG. Ami's newly created role of Chief Strategy Officer will help to drive our growth plan, and to help our team to continue to deliver excellence in leadership transition services to all of our clients in the nonprofit sector", commented Dara Klarfeld.
David Edell - President & Founder of DRG Search said, "I am incredibly proud of our leadership transition at DRG. Ami's joining us is great example of how we are broadening the talent and expertise on our team in order to better serve our clients. I look forward to working with him and to seeing the results of his collaboration with Dara and our entire firm."
"It is an honor for me to join DRG, a successful and respected firm serving non-profit organizations. It brings together my passion for business strategy while serving organizations and people who do truly amazing work," Abramson said.
Abramson has volunteer experience including work as a service corps member for The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee in Indiaand coaching his daughter's softball team. He holds a BA in Philosophy from John Hopkins University and has an MA in education and rabbinical ordination from the Jewish Theological Seminary.
SOURCE: Press release