Family businesses should prepare for non-family members to executive C-suite positions to insure that they have the right cultural fit and values.

Introducing Non-Family Members into the C-Suite


In this episode of “Generations in Family Business: Past, Present and Future”, Matt Kerzner, Nkrumah Pierre, and Tim Schuster discuss the importance of how family-owned organizations should prepare themselves for recruiting and hiring non-family members in to C-suite positions to insure that they not only have right fit in regards to technically sound candidates bit also the right culture fit for the organization and the family.


Tim Schuster: Welcome to our podcast for Generations and Family Business, Past, Present and Future. Our hosts for this podcast are myself, Tim Schuster, a Manager in the Center of Family Business Excellence and ...
Matt Kerzner: Matt Kerzner, a Senior Manager for the Center for Family Business Excellence and ...
Nkrumah Pierre: Hi, my name is Nkrumah Pierre, Director of Business Development and the Friends of the Firm program here at EisnerAmper.

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Mr. Kerzner is a Senior Manager in the Center for Family Business Excellence. Matt has more than 25 years of experience in organizational development with a specialization in assisting family businesses and closely held businesses.

Nkrumah Pierre is a Director with EisnerAmper’s Friends of the Firm providing support to clients seeking to hire accounting, finance and human resources executives and providing job opportunity referrals, search support and coaching.

Mr. Schuster is a Manager providing tax compliance services to individual filers, as well as assistance on tax returns for companies in the manufacturing and real estate industries.