Tiger Search Network - U.S. Partner ("Actaeon Partners")
Sloan Baxter has over fifteen years of proven success as a retained executive recruiter, head of corporate talent acquisition, teacher and facilitator. Over the course of his career, he has developed significant expertise in working with senior executives of market-leading companies and in high-growth, constantly changing global environments.
Prior to founding Actaeon Partners, he served as senior director of talent acquisition for Asurion, a privately held, $6 billion mobile-technology service provider with 17,000 employees in 17 countries. At Asurion he oversaw all professional-level recruiting, led enterprise-wide strategic people initiatives, and personally managed executive-level recruiting, working closely with senior officers of the company including the Chairman, CEO, CFO, SVP HR, and regional presidents. Prior to Asurion, he built and led the globally dispersed talent sourcing organization at Gartner (NYSE: IT) and led global recruiting for Gartner Consulting.
Early in his career, Sloan rapidly rose through the ranks in the executive search industry, first with Russell Reynolds Associates then at Korn/Ferry International as the fastest ever associate-to-partner promotion in the history of the firm. During his tenure he led dozens of C-level searches for Fortune 1000 companies, private equity portfolio companies and international nonprofits.
Prior to entering the search industry, Sloan worked for the U.S. Department of State at the American Embassy's office of the economic counselor in Brussels, Belgium and served as a teacher and coach at a residential private school New England. He has a passion for international affairs and business, has studied four foreign languages, and has travelled extensively. He is a proud husband and father and is active in youth sports and development. He has been a member of the Board of Directors of Agawam Council, a youth development organization, since 2006 and currently serves as Chair of the Governance Committee.
Sloan received an MBA from the Wharton School and a Bachelor of Arts from Bowdoin College.