President & Founder Hyun & Associates
Jane Hyun is a leadership strategist and consultant to Fortune 500 companies, MBA programs, and professional associations. She brings 22 years of global business and HR expertise to her clients. Prior to starting this consulting firm she has held a variety of line and people management roles, including Vice President of HR/Talent at JP Morgan, and Director of Recruiting at Deloitte and Resources Global. Hyun & Associates’ programs (including The Art of Cultural Fluency Roundtables™) have received international acclaim from Fortune 500 companies, who seek to leverage the cultural capital of their talent pool to compete in today’s global marketplace.
Ms. Hyun helps companies grow their bottom line and business through the effective use of their human capital. Her expertise in coaching, training, facilitation, and presentation skills coaching comes from direct business experience in fast-paced, high-stakes environments. She has worked with sales teams, guided leadership through a merger integration and divestiture, developed internal diversity initiatives, led organizational change initiatives with new leadership, and designed innovative reward programs for retaining top talent.
Her work has received worldwide recognition and Jane appears regularly on CNN, CNBC, National Public Radio, Time, Wall Street Journal, and Fortune. A graduate of Cornell University with a degree in Economics/International Studies, she serves on the Women’s Alumnae Council, and is an advisor to the Task Force for Talent Innovation that developed Harvard Business Review studies and several research initiatives, including: On-Ramps/Off Ramps, Bookend Generations, The Athena Factor: Women in Science, Engineering and Technology, Asians in America, and The Sponsor Effect.
Her groundbreaking book, Breaking the Bamboo Ceiling, opened up a critical dialogue for the need for a culturally grounded talent development approach. Jane lives in New York City and has a passion for helping individuals realize their fullest potential in the workplace, community, and marketplace.