Diversified Search Group’s Aileen Alexander Named to 2022 Women of Distinction by the Philadelphia Business Journal
Aileen Alexander, Chief Executive Officer of Diversified Search Group, has been named to Philadelphia Business Journal’s 2022 Women of Distinction. She, and 35 other recipients, were honored at an event on November 17 at Rivers Casino Philadelphia.
Each year, the Philadelphia Business Journal recognizes Women of Distinction in the business community who are trail blazers, are respected for accomplishments in their fields, give back to the community and are sought out as respected advisers and mentors. The winners were selected from over 300 nominations by members of the community.
“It’s a great privilege to be recognized among such prominent women in the Philadelphia business community,” Alexander said. “Supporting women in their careers is both a passion for me and is a founding value at Diversified Search Group, and it’s rewarding to see so many women achieving greater success and being recognized for it.”
“We are thrilled that Aileen has received this well-deserved honor among such an esteemed group of leaders,” said Judith von Seldeneck, Founder and Chair of Diversified Search Group. “Aileen is a dedicated, brilliant leader and certainly is a woman of distinction. We are very fortunate to have her leadership as Diversified Search Group continues to grow.”
Alexander was named CEO of Diversified Search Group in January 2022 and is the only woman to lead a top ten executive search firm in the world. Alexander is a recognized leader in the executive search and talent management industry, having led C-suite and Board level searches from large, global corporations to high-growth entrepreneurial companies.
Alexander is a military veteran, having served as a Captain in the U.S. Army. Before embarking on a career in executive search, she worked in international security and defense policy at the Department of Defense and U.S. House of Representatives.
Alexander is a member of the CEO Council of Growth at the Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce and also a member of the University City Science Center Board of Directors. Additionally, she sits on the Board of her alma mater, Villa Joseph Marie High School in Holland, PA.'