Dinte Executive Search
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McLean, 22102, Virginia
Mr. John Wilhelm is a Vice President at Dinte Executive Search. He conducts senior-level executive searches for leaders across the Industrials sector. With over two decades of experience supporting mid-sized to large Industrial clients in developing their business and human capital strategies, he brings a unique perspective on the importance of high-performing executive leadership in driving corporate priorities in a rapidly changing environment.
Prior to Dinte, Mr. Wilhelm was a Partner and Senior Vice President at Kaiser Associates, a global strategy consulting firm. At Kaiser Associates, he led the Industrial Goods and Services practice where he supported strategic decision-making for executives across a wide range of sectors including construction, building products, production & industrial equipment, aerospace & defense, and packaging. Mr. Wilhelm’s projects focused on helping clients accelerate growth strategies in core, adjacent, and emerging markets; as well as creating strategies to gain and sustain competitive advantage. A central component of his work was guiding executives on identifying, and preparing, the right teams to successfully deliver on new opportunities.
Mr. Wilhelm holds an MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and a BS in Finance and Management from the University of Virginia’s McIntire School of Commerce.
Fun fact people wouldn’t know about me: I’m a huge exotic car nerd. I’ve had the privilege of driving laps with 2 Ferraris and a Lamborghini and I’m becoming a big fan of Cars and Coffee events in the DC area.
Had to renew my passport before going to: Haiti. I went there a year after the 2010 earthquake with a disaster response organization with whom I’ve developed a deep relationship. It was amazing to see the resiliency of the people there.
Food Trucks or Take Out? Take out. I’m not a very adventurous person. I only try new things when I go to expensive restaurants because my philosophy is – if it’s not good there, it’s not going to be good anywhere.Back to Dinte Executive Search