Boyden Appoints Chuck Pembroke as Partner in Chicago
Boyden announced that Chuck Pembroke has joined the firm as a Partner in Chicago.
Pembroke joins Boyden with an impressive track record in consulting and executive leadership spanning general management, strategic planning, commercial, innovation and M&A roles. His work in executive search includes successful placement of senior executives across several sectors including industrials, technology and private equity.
In addition to his role in executive search, Pembroke will be an integral member of Boyden’s Leadership Consulting Practice in North America, providing leadership assessment, executive development and succession planning for senior leaders and management teams in the North American market.
“We are delighted that Chuck has joined Boyden to support our expansion in the US,” said Richard McCallister, Managing Partner of Boyden United States in Chicago. “Chuck’s talent and leadership consulting experience will be a great benefit to our clients seeking business transformation and growth and he’ll complement our partners across the US and the globe.”
Most recently, Pembroke was Founder and President of The KeeLox Group, a boutique executive advisory firm, where he assisted clients in developing and acquiring transformational talent. Prior to executive search, he worked at Evergreen Packaging, a global leader in fiber-based packaging, where he held increasingly larger roles in Global Paperboard, Specialty and Paper. In his last role as Group Vice President, Pembroke led all facets of global sales, sales operations and product marketing, and was part of the executive leadership team.
“I’m looking forward to working with Boyden’s highly collaborative and talented partners,” said Pembroke. “I was attracted by Boyden’s business model, which combines a robust offering and client-centric service to support client organizations at every stage of growth.”
Pembroke holds an undergraduate degree from Colgate University and an MBA in Finance and International Business from Columbia Business School.