“Helping leaders realize their role in creating the healthy, high-performance culture needed for their organization's success is a key component in helping them lead more effectively.”

meet Regina

Regina Salvucci


Regina Salvucci is a partner at culture-shaping firm Senn Delaney, a Heidrick & Struggles company. She also leads Senn Delaney's health care practice. Regina's professional history has enabled her to experience the importance of healthy functioning at all levels in order to achieve optimum organizational performance. Her view from the field and her experience working with senior leadership teams, labor unions and customers, and from owning her own business brings a mix of business sense, realism, and immediacy to her consulting relationships. She enthusiastically joined Senn Delaney to use this depth of understanding to help leaders create the thriving, organizational cultures.

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Since joining Senn Delaney in 1996, Regina has become a trusted advisor to senior teams to help them lead the reshaping of their organizational culture. Some of her many clients include McDonald’s, American Airlines, WellPoint, Chase, Key Bank, Toys ‘R’ Us, Nationwide, Victoria’s Secret, Norfolk Southern, The Ohio State University, Cigna, Paychex, Miami Children’s Hospital, Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare, ResCare and KentuckyOne Health.


 She has previously held various leadership positions at Verizon. Her experience in leading teams through cultural transformation, restructuring, downsizing and through extensive quality improvement processes has provided her with valuable insights into how to effectively advise and assist large organizations in their cultural transformation journey. She has also worked as a counselor/advisor for Lee Hecht Harrison, where she worked with such clients as Honeywell and Capital One. Regina also owned a highly successful retail business.


Regina received her education at Longwood College in Virginia. She and her husband live in Ellicottville, New York. She has two adult sons and she enjoys reading, gardening and skiing.

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