WittKieffer Welcomes Christina Boiler as Chief Operating Officer
WittKieffer today announced the hiring of Christina Boiler as its Chief Operating Officer. In her role as COO, Boiler will implement creative business strategies and procedures that enhance the firm's ability to carry out its mission to improve quality of life through impactful leadership.
Boiler is a proven leader with more than 15 years of leadership experience across operations, strategy, business development and finance in market-leading consulting organizations. In addition to her oversight of WittKieffer's daily operations, Boiler will work closely with the firm's leadership team to promote a vibrant, inclusive company culture, establish goals for continued exceptional performance and sustainable growth, and inspire employees to embrace their roles, to grow and to serve clients to the best of their ability.
“Christina is well known for inspiring organizations to achieve excellence and meaningful change,” said Andrew Chastain, President, and CEO of WittKieffer. “She brings a unique, diverse skillset developed through previous senior leadership roles while an eager willingness to explore new opportunities and embrace strategies that will ultimately help us serve our clients better. Her expertise will be invaluable to WittKieffer. We couldn’t be more thrilled to have her join our firm’s leadership team.”
"I am drawn to WittKieffer's mission to impact the quality of life through its work with clients in healthcare, education, life sciences, and the not-for-profit sector," said Boiler. "Through a culture of continuous improvement and excellence in operations, WittKieffer will continue to lead the executive search industry in regards to the quality of its work and the outstanding results it produces for clients."
Prior to joining WittKieffer, Boiler was a Partner and led the North American Global Mobility business for the global consulting firm Mercer. That role culminated in other positions within Mercer of increasing impact, including as Head of Strategy, North America, in which she spearheaded major initiatives to drive growth and increase operational efficiencies. She began her career working for the U.S. Department of State in the foreign service, fulfilling assignments as an economic officer in Panama and political and consular officer in Turkey.
Boiler holds a Master of Business Administration from University of Virginia Darden School of Business and a Bachelor of Arts in Foreign Affairs from the University of Virginia.