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Patrick Reynolds

Patrick Reynolds

Boyden

Patrick Reynolds has an active client roster spanning the private and public sectors, predominantly in industrial markets.

Patrick Reynolds also has experience in transportation/supply chain, energy, and manufacturing. He also works with clients in retail, financial services, and technology, bringing over 20 years of successful executive search experience to bear in assessing candidates for mission-critical roles.

Professional Focus

  • More than 20 years’ experience in executive search
  • Private and public sectors, with a focus on industrial markets including transportation/supply chain, energy and manufacturing, as well as retail, financial services and technology

Business Expertise

  • Previously ran a business unit in British Columbia for major Canadian retailer, Canadian Tire

Practice Membership

Global Industry Practices

  • Consumer & Retail
  • Industrial

Global Cross-Sector Practice

  • CEO & Board Services

Additional Sector Expertise

  • Board Consulting
  • CEO Search
  • Director Search
  • Financial Services
  • Infrastructure & Transportation
  • Mining & Primary Materials
  • Supply Chain & Logistics
  • Technology

Education & Certifications

  • Patrick Reynolds has a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from the University of British Columbia
  • Canadian Securities Course
  • Graduate of Leadership in Vancouver

Affiliations & Awards

  • Senior roles with organizations benefiting BC Wheelchair Sports, BC Wheelchair Basketball, Little Mountain Baseball, Vancouver Community Baseball, Vancouver Westside Minor Softball Association, United Way, Canucks for Kids Foundation, BC Special Olympics
  • Volunteer for Vancouver 2010 Olympic Games
  • Coached Canadian Champion Little Mountain Baseball All-Star Team, representing Canada at Little League World Series

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