Seb Lowe recently joined as Partner in our Local Government and Housing team, bringing over 15 years of executive and operational leadership-level recruitment experience in both the public and private sectors. His focus will be on working with clients with a particular focus on organisational change, local government reorganisation, and regeneration.
Seb is passionate about finding a blend between the best of public and private sectors, and has worked with both types of organisation in helping them to identify the right talent to do so. In addition to his executive search career, Seb has a portfolio of non-executive positions in the public sector in and around his home in the West Midlands.
Prior to joining GatenbySanderson, he spent three years working for the in-house executive search team at one of the world’s leading construction and engineering businesses, having previously worked for several major executive search brands recruiting up to C-level in both public and private sectors.
Commenting on his decision to join GatenbySanderson, Seb said:
“Local government, infrastructure, housing, and regeneration are rapidly evolving into a single ecosystem. I am excited to be joining the UK’s leading people intelligence business for public services, working with like-minded colleagues to help our clients navigate and maximise the benefits of these changes.”
Seb joins along with two other new members of the team, Nancy Scott (Partner) and Delicia Coutinho (Senior Researcher), further enhancing our Local Government expertise and support. Together they will work collaboratively with clients offering fresh thinking to promote new and diverse talent into the sector, and help local authorities navigate cultural and organisational change to shape better, more inclusive communities.
If you’d like to discuss your current priorities and challenges with Seb, and consider how our integrated executive recruitment and leadership development services can benefit your people strategy, please do get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.