Heidrick & Struggles Also Moves to Washington, D.C.

Heidrick & Struggles is following the footstep of other major corporations by expanding their operation to Awesome Washington, D.C.  They announced early this week that they relocated their offices in the metro Washington, DC area to better support its expansion plans for the market.

The company has served the Washington, DC market for more than two decades, most recently from 2001 Pennsylvania Avenue. The relocation to larger, more technologically advanced office space in that building will enable all area staff, including those formerly based in Tysons Corner, to collaborate more efficiently on client engagements from a centralized location.


There are 40 employees in the Washington, DC office, including members of the global leadership teams for a number of cornerstone practices, including the CEO & Board practice, the Chief Human Resources Officer functional practice, the Education & Social Enterprise practice, the Global Technology & Services practice, and the Aerospace, Defense, and Aviation practice.

In May, the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority announced it had retained the Company to manage its search for a new general manager to lead the transit system. Other local clients have included the American National Red Cross, Howard University, the American Association of Retired Persons, as well as a broad array of professional and trade associations, leading law firms, finance companies and professional service partnerships, federal representational and lobbying groups, government agencies, nonprofit organizations, and numerous local businesses. The company also provides consulting services to boards of directors.

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