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President, Teneo Talent
Megan Shattuck is President of Teneo Talent, which advises clients on how to connect talent to business strategy. Ms. Shattuck counsels Teneo’s clients in areas including: CEO advisory, strategic alignment, CEO impact, leadership development, C-Suite succession, recruiting, Board effectiveness and board succession planning.
Previously, she was a Senior Client Partner at Korn Ferry, advising clients on how to align talent with overall strategy, assess existing leadership teams, approach succession planning, and manage recruiting needs.
As a member of the Board & CEO Practice and Corporate Affairs Center of Expertise for nine years, she specialized in recruiting senior executives for publicly-traded, private or private-equity-backed companies, representing a broad range of industries, including: financial services, technology, health care and consumer. Ms. Shattuck also played a key role in the growth and expansion of both the Board & CEO Practice and Corporate Affairs Center of Expertise globally.
Prior to joining Korn Ferry in 2006, Ms. Shattuck covered The White House for the Cable News Network (CNN). As a White House Producer, she was a member of the press corps, reporting on the Clinton and Bush administrations. Her responsibilities included: conducting interviews with administration officials; producing long and short form pieces; and leading White House coverage during breaking news situations. Her work with John King, “CNN Presents: 9/11,” was nominated for an Emmy. Previously, Ms. Shattuck was an associate producer for “CNN NewsStand,” a long format, nightly news program. Earlier in her career, she worked at The American School in Japan.