Meet Ken Martin
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As a SVP and Partner with WinterWyman Executive Search, Ken Martin collaborates with dynamic organizations on their senior-executive talent acquisition needs. With both an academic and professional foundation in accounting, and over 30 years of leading senior-level searches, Ken has in-depth relationships with some of the best senior executives in the US. He takes each search personally and truly enjoys meeting with his clients’ key leaders to contribute to the hiring strategy. Ken’s candor along with his perspective as an objective advisor has repeatedly assisted companies with shaping hiring processes, quickly identifying executive candidate profiles, evaluating cultural fit and preventing hiring mistakes. Building relationships comes naturally to Ken and his strongest trait is making connections. The breadth of his network is unparalleled and so is the depth of his relationships.
Prior to joining the firm, Ken was Manager of a boutique recruitment firm’s financial practice. Previously, he spent several years in corporate accounting before shifting to a career in recruiting. Ken received a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting from Bentley University and served as President of their Downtown Business Association for several years. He is heavily involved in the community and serves on the Northeast Board of Directors for the American Cancer Society, the Corporate Council ACS, Hope Lodge Boston and on the Board of Directors for the Greg Hill Charitable Foundation. He’s also very involved with the Franciscan Hospital for Children, the Shawn Thornton Foundation to fight cancer and Parkinson’s disease and the Matt Light Foundation to provide opportunities to youth in reaching their highest potential.
"Ken Martin provides excellent service, experience and knowledge. He knows the market and takes the time to understand the client's needs to make a match." - Paul M.