Rose Gailey

Partner

Office Location: Huntington Beach

Phone: +1 562 4265400

Rose Gailey is a partner and practice leader for Latin America at culture-shaping firm Senn Delaney, a Heidrick & Struggles company, located in the Huntington Beach office.

Gailey brings 25 years of experience in culture shaping, organizational transformation, and leadership and talent development initiatives in a variety of industries. She has extensive expertise helping leaders strengthen alignment and accelerate strategic execution.

Prior to rejoining Senn Delaney, where she previously served as vice president from 1994 to 2004, Rose worked for 11 years with a strategy execution firm. She served as the practice lead for its building capabilities organizational development practice.

Rose has worked with clients across the globe in many industries, including energy, telecommunications, food and beverage, technology, manufacturing, aerospace, insurance and healthcare. She draws on a deep expertise in facilitation to help leaders to strengthen alignment and accelerate strategic execution. Her roots in counseling and organizational psychology are foundational to her work in executive coaching and her passion for unleashing authentic leadership.

Rose is fluent in Spanish and brings a passion for the Latin culture and bilingual facilitation capability to her work.   She leads our culture shaping work in Latin America.

Rose is also committed to giving back to her community. Most recently she completed pro bono work for The Arthur W. Page Society, where she served as the architect for a two-year Future Leaders Program designed to develop the next generation of chief communication officers. She has served on the board of directors at La Semilla, Ascension Health Nazareth Hall Rehab, the YWCA, Loretto Academy, Cathedral High School and the foundation for the Diocese of El Paso.

Education:

Rose holds a bachelor of science in biology from the University of Texas at El Paso and master of education and doctoral studies in counseling psychology at New Mexico State University.