Nan Isenberg has worked in Human Resources and Talent roles since 1995. Her expertise includes human resources leadership, talent acquisition, and talent management across multiple industries, both domestic and global. Having worked abroad for a decade, she brings a global perspective and intercultural awareness to her work. Nan specializes in aligning people initiatives, including employee engagement and diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEIB) with business strategies and facilitating organizational design to support the company’s growth.
Nan most recently served as Vice President of Talent Acquisition for Citibank. In this role, she provided strategic and tactical hiring support for the Institutional Client Group’s technology organization, to identify, source, and retain top technology professionals. She reduced time-to-hire while increasing the hiring of high-caliber diverse candidates by 5% and advising leaders on best practices for acquiring and retaining top technology talent.
Previously, Nan worked for Resources Global Professionals (RGP) where she progressively assumed broader people and talent management responsibilities for Europe and the United States over the course of her seventeen year tenure. Here, she served as strategic advisor and oversaw workforce planning, including building a robust pipeline, for RGP’s largest business accounts that measured $50 million in business with 200 or more consultants. As part of her global role, Nan evaluated organizational design and identified talent management synergies across regions. She also led an international project to implement a customized applicant tracking system across Europe and the Asia-Pacific region. At RGP, Nan was also responsible for driving employee engagement and performance management by introducing new digital and data-informed strategies and recognition programs.
Nan holds a Master of Social Work from Yeshiva University, Wurzweiler School of Social Work. Nan received her bachelor’s degree in Jewish Studies from Ohio State University. She is a member of TroopHR and NY HR People & Strategy. She volunteers for City Tutors as a mentor to Human Resources undergrad students.