Presidential Search Firm
Isaacson, Miller is a national executive search firm devoted to recruiting exceptional leaders for mission-driven organizations. The firm was created in 1982, a time when civic institutions rarely used executive search firms. The firm has grown steadily, and today, Isaacson, Miller stands alone as a large, national, retained search firm dedicated to the full range of public and civic missions. They have active practices in higher education, science and social science research, human services, conservation and environmental defense, human and civil rights advocacy, K-12 education, academic and community healthcare, philanthropy, arts and culture, and community-based economic development, with sub-specialties in almost every functional area.
Rebecca spearheads a diverse portfolio of executive leadership searches for civic nonprofits, including foundations, advocacy groups, public health and human service organizations, PreK-12 and higher education, arts and cultural institutions, and the public sector. She has a passion for serving clients focused on economic, racial, and social justice— especially those organizations supporting underrepresented populations. She also specializes in recruitments for Jewish organizations. Read More
Chloë joined Isaacson, Miller in 2014. As an associate, she works to recruit senior leaders for an array of civic institutions, including higher education and arts and culture organizations, foundations, and smaller mission-driven nonprofits. Read More
Charlotte Zee joined Isaacson, Miller’s Boston office in 2018. She joins with the commitment to support searches for civic nonprofits, including foundations, advocacy groups, public health and human service organizations, PreK-12 and higher education, arts and cultural institutions, and the public sector. As a search coordinator, Charlotte works closely with Rebecca Swartz to provide logistical and organizational support throughout the search process. Prior to joining the Firm, Charlotte attended Hamilton College, where she received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology and Studio Art.