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Team Member

Terry Stein

Terry is a Vice President with the Executive Search practice and brings an extensive background in Search and Talent Management for organizations in the energy, professional services, healthcare, manufacturing, construction and property development industries.  His honesty and ethical approach to business has gained him a reputation for genuinely assisting individuals and organizations in making the right choices.

Prior to joining Optimum Talent, Terry was a Partner in a boutique Search firm (Pekarsky Stein), where he successfully launched and grew the Corporate Services practice. Previously, Terry had years of experience as a Practice Leader for Korn/Ferry where he was responsible for launching, growing and managing Futurestep (A Korn/Ferry International Company). Terry started out in the Search industry with Robert Half Canada, where he was individually recognized as a top global revenue generator.

Terry is currently active on the SAIT School of Business Program Advisory Board and the CPA Awards Nomination Committee. He previously served on the Board of CMA Alberta (including Chairing the Audit & Risk Management Committee), CMA Competency Development Committee, CMA Alberta Devolution Task Force and was an active member of both the Society of Management Accountants of Alberta and the Human Resources Institute of Alberta. Terry has also been a member of the Mount Royal University Accounting Advisory Committee and served on the Board of Hospice Calgary (2010-2014).  Terry leads an active family lifestyle along with giving back to the community through his philanthropic efforts directed towards Hospice Calgary, the Alberta Children’s Hospital, Alzheimer’s research and the Alberta Cancer Foundation.

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