Team announcement

The Org Adds Derek Hanley as its Business Development Manager

The Org Adds Derek Hanley as its Business Development Manager, The Org

The Org has named Derek Hanley as its Business Development Manager. He will be based out of New York City and report to Head of Business Development Daniel Ollgaard.

In his new role, Derek will work closely with Daniel to help evaluate and execute on potential revenue streams for The Org.

Derek said he is excited to work at The Org because, “corporate responsibility is becoming an increasingly important aspect of business and I feel as though company transparency is the first step in creating a better, more modern business.”

Before he joined The Org, Derek worked within the research division of Korn Ferry, one of the world’s leading executive search firms. At Korn Ferry he held roles of increasing responsibility covering the biotechnology sector and most recently held the title of Senior Research Associate, Biotechnology. In this role, he tracked trends in talent and organizational design while also consulting with top tier venture clients on management requirements in their rapidly growing, high-science companies.

Outside of work, Derek enjoys cooking, vinyl records (specifically from the late 60s,70s), and his dog Chuck.

He is originally from Connecticut and currently resides in the Midtown East neighborhood of Manhattan.

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