Senior Vice President
Leigh Chaban is a Senior Vice President specializing in C-suite and senior-level retained search engagements across a wide range of industries and functional areas. Her clients include family-owned business, Fortune 500 entities, nonprofit organizations and many emerging to middle market growth companies worldwide. Leigh’s area of search expertise includes executive management, operations, finance and accounting, technology, human resources, sales and marketing, and other highly specialized roles.
Throughout her career, Leigh has been a trusted partner and advisor to her clients. Whether working with well-funded startups or Fortune 500 companies, Leigh prides herself on providing her clients with a relationship-driven, consultative search process. She consults with CEO’s, CHRO’s, investors and other business leaders to address a broad array of talent management, leadership, mergers and acquisitions, and compensation and succession issues.
With offices in Los Angeles and Chicago, Leigh conducts searches domestically and internationally.
During Leigh’s twenty-year career at Robert Half she has been recognized on numerous occasions as a high echelon performer and has consistently been ranked in the top tier of her peers around the world. She has led the Executive Search division as the top performer in 2016, 2017 and 2018.
Prior to joining Robert Half Executive Search, Leigh spent over a decade as a senior member of the Robert Half Financial Search and Placement Division where she earned an excellent reputation as a results-oriented search professional.
Personal and Professional Activities
Throughout her career, Leigh has been involved with numerous charities and organizations. She has donated her time as a volunteer to several children’s charities and has been active in her community teaching and mentoring disadvantaged children. As an animal lover, Leigh is a member of PAWS and The Anti-Cruelty Society. Leigh attended Illinois State University where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism and Mass Communications.