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Jean P. Lenzner

Jean P. Lenzner

Managing Director

Jean Lenzner is a veteran of the executive search industry with more than 30 years of experience in recruiting, professional development, training, diversity and retention. Despite her wide-ranging business expertise, she remains an enthusiastic lifelong learner, always excited to embrace new ideas and approaches to meet the unique requirements that every search and project entails.

Prior to returning to The Alexander Group—which she co-founded and where she served as partner for 10 years—Ms. Lenzner was director of professional resources for Bracewell LLP, where she oversaw recruiting and retention for the 400-attorney global law firm. Previously, she was the director of experienced recruiting for Arthur Andersen LLP.

I enjoy the intellectual stimulation and challenge of executive recruiting.
University of Texas at Austin
Bachelor of Arts, History.
Bachelor of Journalism.
Industry Experience
Legal and Professional Services
Financial Services
What’s the highest compliment a client can give you?

Having a client tell me that our candidate has really made a difference to their organization is the best compliment they can give me.

What do you think differentiates The Alexander Group from other executive search firms?

We go beyond the role of search consultant and strive to be a trusted advisor. As an example, we offer personality testing on lead candidates and the hiring executive to determine how well their work-style traits might mesh.

What do you do to de-stress or have fun?

I consider myself very fortunate to have traveled extensively. While I love visiting London, Paris or any of the major cities around the world, I find the trips I have particularly enjoyed are those to places a little more off the beaten track (although many have grown significantly in popularity in recent years) such as Machu Pichu, Angor Wat and Petra as well as Nepal, Tibet and the Amazon rainforest. Not only are these places incredibly beautiful, but these countries and the way people live there are so different from my world here. Travel is truly an education.