“I truly enjoy working with Senn Delaney clients and the lasting relationships I have made as they take their culture-shaping journeys. We consider our clients partners for life.”

Denise Montgomery-Harley

Client Services Manager

Denise Montgomery-Harley is a client service manager at culture-shaping firm Senn Delaney, a Heidrick & Struggles company. In her role as a member of Senn Delaney's Client Services management team, Denise is deeply committed to ensuring a successful outcome for every client she works with and every Senn Delaney consultant she supports. Her purpose is to enable others to achieve their dreams and goals by being the conduit through the essence of love.

She joined Senn Delaney in 2001 as a client coordinator bringing several years of key experience to the role from prior positions in executive administration. Her attention to detail, excellent rapport-building skills and the vitality and energy she brings to each client engagement resulted in her being quickly promoted to client services manager.


Prior to joining Senn Delaney, Denise worked as an executive assistant for Leiner Health Products for more than five years, and held previous executive assistant positions.

Denise serves as a key strategic liaison and project manager, partnering with clients and Senn Delaney engagement leaders in all aspects of culture-shaping engagements to ensure their successful outome. Clients Denise works with include including Ameren, Atmos Energy, Café Rio, Cigna, DeVry, Dynegy, First Horizon/First Tennessee, Golden State Foods, Luxottica, Pemex, Pentair, Reckitt Benckiser, Rockwell Automation, Tornier, Sun Edison, United Stationers, USAA, Vitamix and Zimmer.

She enjoys this diverse experience and is rewarded by the friendships and business partnerships she makes. Denise feels privileged to work with organizations and people to make a difference.

Denise resides in Long Beach with her husband Mykel, and has three children and a grandchild. In her spare time, she enjoys participating in family events, going to concerts, dancing, going to movies and enjoying life.

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