Andrea C. Zintz, Ph.D.
Dr. Andrea Zintz is Vice
President with Hudson Talent Management, a subsidiary of
Hudson Highland Group. She has 30 years experience in Change
Management, Human Resources Development, Leadership
Development, Consulting, and Training. Andrea was the
president of Andrea Zintz and Associates, LLC, a leadership
and organization development consultancy, and the co-founder
of the Center for Inquiring Leadership, a training company
for leadership, team and organizational effectiveness. Prior
to starting her consulting work, Andrea cultivated over 25
years of experience as a leader in Human Resources and
worldwide leadership development.
As Vice President of Human
Resources and Management Board member of the Johnson ?
Johnson subsidiary, Ortho Biotech, Inc., Andrea helped lead
the growth of the company from $40 million to $500 million
in a 6-year period, and launched 2 breakthrough biotech
products that lead the market today. During her tenure at
J?J she was highly awarded for her work in cultural and
particularly HR and leadership development, where her
special interests included executive women advancement,
diversity, and mentoring. She has been trained as a Black
Belt at part of the J?J Process Excellence effort and is an
examiner and team leader for the Competitive Assessment
Process at J?J. She is also a recipient of the YWCA Tribute
to Women in Industry Award.
Andrea currently works primarily
with senior leaders and business units of Fortune 500 and
multi-national corporations to develop change and human
development strategies that foster innovation. At the heart
of all her work, from executive coaching to culture
development, is QuestionThinking™ – an inquiry methodology
for expanding perspective, increasing creativity and
emotional intelligence, and ultimately, helping people to
access their best thinking.
As a seasoned trainer and keynote
speaker, Andrea’s presentations have been applauded by the
American Management Association, the Conference Board, the
Federal Training Network, and the Human Resource Management
Association of Canada.
Andrea holds an MA and Ph.D. in
Human and Organization Development from the Fielding
Institute in Santa Barbara, California. Her doctoral
dissertation was about mentoring: “What constitutes
effective mentoring for career-immobile women in large
corporate settings?” She serves on the external faculty of
Royal Roads University in Victoria, BC, Canada, and is a
member of the National Organization Development
Andrea lives in Pennington, NJ with
her husband and two daughters.