Our team is charged with spirit, passion and energy

We are committed to excellence and deliver the highest quality results.
Ignite’s competitive edge begins with people, our team building your team.
From the outset of our relationship our team is dedicated to becoming your trusted partner to ensure your continued success. This focus on partnership is why we excel at executive search services.

Our success has been built on over 20 years connecting world-class client partners with the most dynamic talent in the world. We are determined to exceed your expectations. We listen and understand our client needs and provide unparalleled advisory services.

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Ignite was honored to provide Hunter Miller with a scholarship.

Hunter is a 20 year old cancer survivor and above the knee amputee.  At the age of 13 he was diagnosed with osteosarcoma in his left tibia.  He was treated at Connecticut Children’s Medical Center in 2013 and successfully completed just under a year of chemotherapy.  Hunter has been in remission for 5 years now and spends his time raising money for pediatric oncology trials.  He has spent countless hours volunteering through the Vie for the Kids 501(c)3 Organization and is the co-founder of The Robby Brisco Open golf tournament.

Hunter’s positive outlook on life has helped him to get through the most difficult times.  When asked how he keeps himself going given the challenges he has faced his response has been “Attitude is everything.” 

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Jasmina Denner, Alex Denner, Marie-Claire Panayiotopoulos and Paris Panayiotopoulos
Michiel McCarty and Jodie Emery
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George Bickerstaff, Edineia Bickerstaff, Connie Kristine, Michael McCarty and Jodie Emery
Pavan Cheruvu CEO of Axovant, Deepu Maddera Foundation Medicine, Herriot Tabuteau CEO Axsome
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Sam Broder and Gail Broder and Vincent Ploerer
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Thursday May 2, 2019 | Gotham Hall, New York City

Hosted by: Peter Alexander, Co-Anchor of “Weekend Today” and NBC News White House Correspondent
Honoring: Amazon Web Servicesthe Federation for Internet Alerts, and The Fund to End Violence Against Children

We were so touched by the story of a brave young woman Kayla Pokorny, also a tireless force, who bravely battled Ewings Sarcoma for 7 years before losing the fight at 19. Her heroic efforts and vision will continue to make an extraordinary difference in the lives of other children battling cancer.

Her foundation Move Mountains www.movemountains.org
(founded by our friends Paul and Lou Shapiro)