The field of executive recruiting has been dynamically demonstrated by the amazing career of Dennis Carey. Mr Carey’s accomplishments can serve as a catalyst that has advanced modern executive recruiting. The success of his career has had a positive impact on many top fortune 500 companies. In an age of technological speed, change and innovation, Dennis Carey has earned the respect of both his clients and colleagues internationally. He is a proven leader that any apprentice of executive recruiting would learn greatly from. Mr. Carey’s has recruited CEO’s, directors and leadership personnel for such companies as Tyco, MCI, GlaxoSmithKline, American Express and many more. The industry rewards, benefits and accolades of Dennis Carey’s contractual success is no doubt the result of his passion to build lasting professional relationships.
As a personnel executive, Dennis Carey served on the board of directors of such companies as CBS, Air Products, Rohm and Haas, Amgen, AmerisourceBergen, Allied Signal, VF Corporation, GlaxoSmithKline, Cigna, Goldman Sachs, Merrill Lynch and UNOCAL. With AT&T, NCR and Sprint, Mr. Carey’s headed director recruitment and placement.
Executive search is a specialty that demands experience, skill, insight and a purpose driven education. Dennis Carey holds a Ph.D. in finance and administration from the University of Maryland. With a post-doctoral fellow at Harvard University achieved in 1982-1983. He has also held visiting Fellowships at Princeton Theological Seminary and the ECC. Mr. Cary’s education track hallmarks his credentials. To be a well-respected in executive recruiting for multiple industries, demands the ability to harness relationships, communicate with vision, and then convey confidence. The versatility of an applicable education has great rewards. Mr. Carey solidified connections to create a lasting bond that many of his colleagues and clients have come to rely on and expect.
Dennis Cary serves on the board of the International Swimming Hall of Fame (ISHOF). As an athlete, Mr. Cary is officially recognized for being one of the top swimmers in the world. In 1980 he swam the English Channel. Located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, The International Swimming Hall of Fame and Museum in chaired by Mark Spitz.