Kyle Robinson leads a team of researchers at The Alexander Group to identify and evaluate high-potential candidates for our clients. He has extensive research experience in the executive search industry and has worked on assignments for senior finance, marketing, communications, human resources and business development roles.
Prior to his transition into executive search, Mr. Robinson worked as a research and prospect manager in the not-for-profit sector, gaining expertise in designing and implementing prospect management systems for development departments in health care and higher education.
Mr. Robinson earned a Bachelor of Liberal Arts from Concordia University Texas and a Master of Arts in Political Science and Government from Texas State University.
Master of Arts in Political Science and Government
Bachelor of Liberal Arts
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Life Sciences and Healthcare
Every search we conduct is tailored to the specific needs and culture of our clients. We don't rely on our extensive database of candidates we have built over 40 years of relationship building. Instead, we want to capture the market as it exists on the day our clients give us the green light to start a search. Our team of researchers are active partners throughout the search process, constantly adapting their strategies to fit the latest feedback from our clients.
"You get it." That means I've done my job to understand their company culture and elevate a pool of candidates that we are confident will make in immediate positive impact in their organization.
I love being a link in the chain of events that leads a candidate to land their dream job, or our clients hiring the executive that will move their organization forward. We serve as the catalyst for those new relationships.
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