Barbara Stahley of Hoboken Named to American Lung Association's New York City Leadership Board
(November 7, 2014) -
The American Lung Association of the Northeast has recently appointed Barbara Stahley of Hoboken, to its New York City Leadership Board. Stahley is Managing Director with Chadick Ellig, a premier retained executive search firm in Manhattan. She is among those who have dedicated themselves to the Lung Association’s mission to save lives by improving lung health and preventing lung disease.
As Managing Director at Chadick Ellig, Stahley conducts C-level executive searches for leaders across functional and business lines in human resources, marketing, finance, general management, and operations. She has worked with clients across a wide range of industries, including nonprofit, federal government, financial and business services, healthcare, and industrial manufacturing. Prior to joining Chadick Ellig, Stahley worked at the international recruitment firm, Michael Page where she held leadership positions both in New York and at the organization’s corporate headquarters in London. She led the start-up of Michael Page’s nonprofit division in the New York market.
“We are grateful to have Barbara Stahley as a member of our New York City Leadership Board,” said Jeff Seyler, President & CEO of the American Lung Association of the Northeast. “Barbara is not only a dedicated professional who brings a wealth of varied expertise to our organization, she is passionate about raising awareness about lung health and encouraging more people to become involved in the effort to find better treatments and cures for all lung diseases.”
“Lung health is vitally important to each and every one of us, yet most of us don’t think a lot about our lungs until we are personally impacted by lung disease,” says Barbara Stahley, whose father passed away almost two years ago from mesothelioma, a form of cancer that involves the cells that line the lungs, abdominal organs and heart. “I am looking forward to working with the American Lung Association to raise awareness about lung health, develop new partnerships in the New York City metropolitan area, and educate the public about how it’s in all our interest to work together to ensure we fund research, education and advocacy dedicated to improving lung health and preventing lung disease.”
Barbara received her Master's degree in Human Resource Management & Organizational Analysis from King's College London and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Rutgers University. She is a member of New York HR People & Strategy, serves on the Executive Committee of the King’s College Alumni Association in New York City and is an active Alumni Career Advisor and Mentor at both of her alma maters.