Profiles

Paula Hurley Fazli, Partner

Paula Hurley FazliPaula Hurley Fazli has over twenty years’ experience in executive search and not-for-profit management. She graduated from Harvard University cum laude and received her Masters degree from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Early in her career, Paula worked in production management at the American Repertory Theatre in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She then joined Orion Consultants in New York, a market research and executive search firm with clients in the financial services industry. After graduate school, Paula held a variety of administrative positions, including Program Director for the National Academy Foundation, Career Specialist at the Boston Private Industry Council, and Chief of Staff to the High School Superintendent in Boston. In 1993, she joined a higher education search practice and became the firm’s first Vice President. She has volunteered for and served on board committees of various local organizations.

Patricia Herzog, Partner

Patricia HerzogPatricia Herzog has over twenty-five years’ experience in higher education, as a teacher, researcher and consultant. After graduating from UCLA magna cum laude with highest honors in philosophy, she earned an M.A. and Ph.D. from Harvard University. Patricia is the author of Conscious and Unconscious: Freud’s Dynamic Distinction Reconsidered, and co-editor of the award-winning Defending Diversity. She has received grants and awards from the Fund for Psychoanalytic Research and the American Council of Learned Societies. Patricia taught philosophy at Brandeis University, was a Fellow of the Bunting Institute at Radcliffe College (now the Radcliffe Institute), a Visiting Scholar at Columbia University, and a member of the Institute for the History of Psychiatry at Weill Medical College of Cornell University. She has published numerous articles and reviews in the area of musical aesthetics, performed in and around New England as a pianist and harpsichordist, and is currently engaged in writing opera endings and opera libretti that champion women: A New Ending for Tosca, A New Ending for Madama Butterfly, Butterfly in America, The Scarlet Letter, Turandot and The Wind. Her work as a musician, philosopher and writer can be found at patriciaherzog.net. Patricia has served on education and non-profit boards in Boston and New York City, and volunteered at local human services agencies.

Kaycie Roberts, Research Associate

After many years of design and production work in the field of architecture, Kaycie began working with technology companies on product launch and market research. Her photographs and artist books have been shown in galleries and museums in the San Francisco Bay Area. Kaycie graduated cum laude from Harvard College and has Master’s degrees in both architecture and real estate development from Columbia University. Her graduate research focused on architecture, art and business, as well as creativity in the work environment. Recently, she received an MFA in photography from the San Francisco Art Institute.