Forbes Names DRi One of the Best Executive Search Firms in the U.S. for 6th Consecutive Year

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DRi named to List of Best Executive Search Firms in 2021

Forbes Magazine has ranked Development Resources inc. (DRiWaterstone) one of the best Executive Search Firms in the United States for the fourth year in a row.

Forbes, one of the nation’s most prominent business journals, develops the list of the 200 best Executive Search firms from a pool of more than 4,000 firms working in the U.S. today, and DRiWaterstone has continued to move up the list, being included this year as one of the top 50 firms in the country.

“We’re thrilled to continue to be recognized as one of the country’s best executive search firms in 2020. It is a recognition of our dedication to providing our clients and candidates with world class value and service. Even during these difficult times, our non-profit clients must have the best people to lead, innovate, and find creative ways in which to serve the most vulnerable populations across the globe,” said DRiWaterstone’s co-founders Jennifer Dunlap and Nancy Racette.

DRwas ranked in Forbes’ “Executive Recruiter” category, encompassing firms that conduct high-level searches for Executive Directors, C-suite executives and Vice Presidents, and Director-level staff.

As an Executive Recruiter, DRplaces senior leaders across all types of non-profit organizations and position functions, including Board members, CEOs, C-Suite leaders, and all fundraising positions. A partial list of DRiWaterstone’s clients is available here.

The list of best Executive Search firms in 2020 and more information about the survey methodology is available here.

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