Wendy supports clients in search assignments and market mappings across Finance, Legal and HR of all major industry sectors. As a passionate advocate for creating belonging in the workplace, Wendy is also a member of the Hedley May Diversity & Inclusion Committee.
Wendy is also currently undertaking a psychology PhD at the University of Bath examining cognitive diversity, and researching the impact of different personality attributes, including styles of decision-making and risk-taking in diverse teams. She is delighted to be able to integrate her academic findings into the fast-paced world of search.
Never one to say no to a challenge, Wendy is a fan of Hedley’s Mays monthly courage groups, an open and encouraging setting to support team members with achieving career-focused goals.
Wendy has worked on a range of commercial and technical search roles in the life sciences sector prior to joining Hedley May. She holds a BSc in Human & Social Sciences from Cardiff University and an MSc in Organisational Psychology from the London School of Economics. Wendy has fluent language proficiency in Mandarin.
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The Belonging Project
In January 2020, we launched the Belonging Project, conducting over 100 interviews globally with a diverse range of people. Our research reaffirmed our core belief: organizations that create a strong sense of Belonging are more successful – in business, employee satisfaction and longevity. Belonging is the proven cornerstone of success.
When we founded Hedley May, we made a commitment to make a positive impact on our broader communities. We focus on providing opportunity to the underserved through mentorship, internships, workshops and other career development initiatives. We are also dedicated advocates and supporters of numerous social mobility programs.