On a Different Scale

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Jerilyn Medrea

Global Head of Talent Engagement
Executive Officer

Jeri brings over thirty years of experience to her role as the Global Head of Talent Engagement for Liquidnet, the global institutional trading network. In this role she is responsible for overseeing global human resources, leadership development and organizational development for the company. Since joining the firm in 2007, Jeri has developed a number of innovative and award winning approaches to employee engagement.

Jeri also oversees Liquidnet for Good, the company’s corporate social engagement program. In this role, she works with the company in order to leverage its resources – financial, human capital, technology and expertise – to create local and global impact. Liquidnet for Good includes a series of programs including Liquidnet’s Signature project – the Agahozo-Shalom Youth Village (ASYV), a pioneering project helping orphans of Rwanda’s genocide. She is member of the ASYV Board of Directors.

Under Jeri’s leadership, Liquidnet has been named one of the “Best Places to Work in New York” by Crain’s New York Business, the most adoption-friendly workplace in the financial services industry for the third consecutive year by the Dave Thomas Foundation, and received the CECP Excellence Award in Corporate Philanthropy.

Prior to joining Liquidnet, Jeri was Director of Global Talent Acquisition at BearingPoint and Vice President of Global Human Resources for EMC/Smarts. She has also held senior human resources roles at PepsiCo., Inc., PricewaterhouseCoopers and Champion International.

Jeri has been recognized by the industry and her peers for her contributions, leadership and dedication to human resources and employee wellness. She was a time recipient of the C. Everett Koop Award. She was also recently recognized by Cambridge Who’s Who for Excellence in Human Resource Services. Jeri holds a Bachelor of Science from Heidelberg University, a Master of Arts from Michigan State University. She is also a graduate of Harvard Business School's Program for Management Development (PMD) and is a member of the Harvard Alumni Association.