Jeffrey Koeppel is President of Koeppel Associates LLC, a boutique Human Resources consulting firm serving global clients in diverse industries. With a powerful blend of strategic insight and operational know-how, Jeff brings “business-facing” effectiveness to his coaching and consulting projects. Throughout his 30-year career he hired, coached and trained hundreds of executives at leading organizations across a variety of industries. His record of success includes corporate senior HR leadership roles in medical technology (Becton Dickinson), energy (Public Service Enterprise Group) and financial services (The Equitable). Jeff also served as an Organization Effectiveness Leader in the strategy consulting practice of Coopers & Lybrand (now PwC), an Executive Advisory Board Member for the Academy of Management and chaired the Conference Board Council on Development, Education & Training. He has worked on related assignments with the Board of Directors of organizations including the Clinical Laboratory Standards Institute and the UNCF.
Jeff holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Queens College–CUNY and a Master’s Degree from New York University in Human Relations & Social Policy.
Who Are Our Associates?
Drawing on a well-established network of highly trained professionals developed over the years, our organization matches each client need with the right set of specialized resources and talent to successfully assess and implement important HR projects. Koeppel Associates does not strive to be all things to all organizations. Our core capabilities can be supplemented by expertise in the following areas of utmost importance to corporations: Compensation, Benefits, Executive Recruiting & Staffing, Employee Relations/ Employment Law, Diversity & Inclusion, and Global/ Cultural Dynamics.
Koeppel Associates works from a "Partnership model" with clients to create customized solutions. Further, we facilitate the transfer of skill and knowledge to your organization, to enable self-sufficiency after effective project completion.