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People of CSG: Patricia Epperlein, STATO

  • Blog
  • 12 July 2018

Patricia is the Director of the International Business Area of ​​STATO, after joining in the company 1991. She began her career in Human Resources at the Edwardian Hotels Group (Radisson Group) in London, and was Project Manager at the Hotel Administration Consulting firm Conceito, in Sao Paulo. She has over 20 years of experience in Executive Search for senior management and board positions and company start-ups, including succession planning for companies in various market segments.

Certainly, getting people to rethink their trajectory and discover other ways of acting is unique and inspiring work.

Patricia was a Member of the Board of Directors of InterSearch Worldwide, serving the last 3 years as Chairwoman. She is Founding Partner and currently Board Member of  Career Star Group, the leading global organization in Career Transition Services.

Patricia Epperlein is Bachelor of Business Administration from Kings College – University of London, England, with master’s degree in International Hotel business Management from Surrey University, England. She holds a Specialization in Family Business Enterprise from IMD, Switzerland, and is a certified trainer at the Management Research Group Institute®.

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