Sharon Imperiale

Joe Dougherty
April 19, 2016

As the President of CCI, Sharon brings an extensive background of operations management, account management, public relations, advertising and human resources consulting to the organization. She is responsible for the company’s strategic direction as well as setting the service delivery standards for our practices. She also leads a senior executive networking group.

Sharon has over 30 years of experience in operations and human resources leadership. She has led the dramatic growth and expansion of CCI Consulting (Career Concepts, Inc.) for the last 15 years by introducing new products and services to supplement CCI’s core services of career transition and executive search. Today CCI offers a full array talent acquisition, talent development, career management, and human resource and compliance consulting services. CCI is a certified woman owned business through the WBENC and is routinely recognized as one of Philadelphia’s largest management consulting firms and one of the largest woman-owned businesses in Greater Philadelphia.

As an equity owner of one of the world’s largest Talent Management Organizations, Career Partners International, CCI has global scope and international resources in over 70 countries. Sharon has served on the Board of Directors for Career Partners International for the last 6 years and is currently the Chairman of the Board.

Prior to joining the company, Sharon was the Head of Aetna/US HealthCare’s National Service Center in New Jersey where she led a 600-member customer service team supporting the company’s managed healthcare, indemnity healthcare and key client membership. Before that, she managed over 1,100 employees in Prudential’s Fort Washington Customer Service Group. She also led the HR, training and organizational development efforts to support an 8,500-employee organization supporting the Prudential Healthcare Group. In the early 90s, as part of her fast-track management rotation program, she served as Senior Account Executive in charge of one of Prudential’s largest groups, the National Education Association (NEA), where she assumed full marketing, operations and systems responsibilities for the 350,000 members Prudential served. Other national accounts included Bell Atlantic and AARP.

Sharon graduated magna cum laude in just three years from Temple University, attended Temple’s MBA program and has a HR Management certification from Villanova University. Sharon supports several charities and participates in various fund raising events particularly for those related to children’s healthcare.