Talent Solutions Architect
As a Talent Solutions Architect at CEB, Jean Martin directs the development of talent management solutions and insights, working closely with heads of HR at some of the world’s largest organizations. She focuses particularly on issues such as driving breakthrough organizational performance and assessing, engaging, and retaining the best employees.
Jean is passionate about the business benefits companies reap when they find top talent and build out their global leadership bench. Her perspectives are regularly featured in Harvard Business Review, Financial Times, The Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, and Huffington Post, among other titles. She presents to executive teams at organizations including Starbucks, Amazon, and BP, and she has been a featured speaker at events such as The Economist Talent Summit and White House TechHire.
Prior to CEB, Jean served as a special assistant to President Clinton’s Domestic Policy Council. She was also a Presidential Management Fellow, serving as a Special Assistant to the Senior Vice President for small business/community development banking at Bank of America.
Jean received a Masters of Public Policy with a concentration in Economics and Finance from the Kennedy School at Harvard University and a Bachelor of Arts with highest distinction from the University of Virginia.