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EWA congratulates Jane Marcus on next chapter

Updated: Dec 15, 2022

The Exceptional Women Alliance Foundation (EWA) congratulates Jane

Marcus, as she transitions to a new career focus. After 12 years with Korn

Ferry, serving as Senior Client Partner, Jane is opening a new chapter by

dedicating her passion and expertise to coaching leaders.


Jane will leverage her thirty plus years of experience in talent development and

acquisition to focus on leadership development and personal empowerment.

She will enable leaders to clarify their priorities, understand their impact on

others, and focus their development efforts to maximize their organizational

effectiveness. Jane strives to build trust and co-create strategies that balance

short-term demands with long-term goals while aligning personal objectives

with overall business priorities.


“As Jane launches her new venture, she builds on the insights and expertise

she has gained throughout her career. She continues on a path where she will

make lasting impacts on leaders and organizations as a sophisticated and

expert Executive Coach,” said Larraine Segil, CEO & Chair of EWA. “A big

congratulations to Jane, we’re excited to support her next chapter!”


“I am honored to be part of the amazing group of distinguished and talented

women in EWA. The peer-to-peer ‘sisterhood’ of high-level executive women

was instrumental in providing support and mentorship during my journey of

transition,” said Jane. “EWA’s expansive network offers mentorship for

executive women who are transitioning to new senior leadership roles, as well

as for those who are considering a transformation in their life journey. I have

benefited from not only being mentored in those areas, but mentoring others. It

truly is unique.”



Jane Marcus, Executive Coach

Prior to Korn Ferry, Jane served as Partner at Heidrick & Struggles, specializing

in the recruitment of senior leaders and Board Directors. Prior to that, she was

Executive Director for Russell Reynolds Associates.


Jane is an active nonprofit director currently serving as Chair, Personnel

Committee of the WINGS Program, Inc. and as a Mentor/Mentee with EWA.

She has also served as Stephens College, Board Member, and member of

Finance Committee, Investment Committee, and Chair of Trusteeship

Committee. Jane has been a mentor with W.O.M.E.N. in America.


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The Exceptional Women Alliance Foundation (EWA) is an invitation only peer mentorship organization where high-potential, high-level Exceptional Women from across multiple industries are hand-selected and invested in, to grow, learn, share, and succeed. In addition to the achievement of significant success, the criteria for acceptance include character traits that are defining of the EWA Culture – Kindness, the Spirit of Generosity, Transparency, Gratitude and Willingness to Share their Networks. The Foundation is a powerhouse of peer-to-peer mentoring that provides guidance, deep connection, and leadership, propelling each woman to sustainable success - one woman at a time. The year-long program enables each Awardee to be connected as alumnae for life in the ever-expanding EWA global network, as their fellow women leaders continue to move into positions of significance.

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