Anne Mette Dissing-Immerkær

Overview

Anne Mette Dissing-Immerkær is a partner in Heidrick & Struggles’ Copenhagen office and works with clients from both the Denmark and Sweden locations. She is a member of the global CEO & Board of Directors, Human Resources Officers, Consumer, and Industrial practices and co-lead of the European Building Products sector. She has strong functional expertise recruiting sales and marketing officers and CHROs.

Experience

Anne Mette has 15 years of executive search experience specializing in high-level executive and board placements, assessments of national and international profiles, and other leadership advisory services. With a keen eye for stakeholder value and cultural fit, she is engaged in all C-suite roles as well as board recruitment and evaluation. She is a trusted advisor to Scandinavian, European, and multinational companies including public as well as family-and foundation-owned companies, listed and private equity-backed companies.

During her 15 years conducting high-level executive search assignments, Anne Mette has placed CEOs, board members and CxOs in national and international companies with public companies and institutions, family-and foundation-owned companies as well as private equity backed and listed corporations. She joined Heidrick & Struggles from another executive search firm.

Prior to her career in executive search, Anne Mette headed all executive master programs at Copenhagen Business School, including the executive MBA program and the full-time MBA for several years. She started her career at Danfoss as a graduate, developing into roles of increasingly complex scope.

Education

Copenhagen Business School, MSc. in International Business

Washington State University, MBA

Philanthropy and Service

Anne Mette serves on the board of directors for The Danish Management Society as well as the Krak Foundation, which supports economic growth through investments in Danish businesses. She is part of several award committees focusing on leadership, board awards, and promoting diversity at the executive level. She continues to contribute to the board and master programs at Copenhagen Business School as a member of the external faculty.