Leadership

Dorit Ingber
Vice President

Dorit Ingber brings a diverse, well-rounded and global background to the Human Resources Division at Solomon Page. She specializes in recruitment and business development for full-time, permanent Human Resources professionals across all levels and a breadth of industries, including Financial Services, Fashion, Beauty, Consumer Products, Technology, Media, Creative, Real Estate, Hospitality and Startups. 

Dorit combines a prior background in Executive HR Search with nearly ten years as strategic HR Business Partner in a global investment bank and luxury American fashion house. She brings a balanced, global perspective to her clients and business relationships, having worked in both the New York market, as well as Hong Kong and throughout Greater China. While working in Executive Search in Asia, Dorit was instrumental in building up a client portfolio across fast-growing, Fortune 50 Technology organizations. Her in-house HR Generalist background has enabled her to build lasting candidate and client relationships. As a result, she serves not only as a recruitment partner to her candidates and the organizations that she supports, but she also operates as a coach, advisor and true HR consultant.
 
Dorit received a Bachelor of Arts from Brandeis University, and she holds an HR Graduate Certificate from New York University’s School of Continuing and Professional Studies Program for Human Resources Management and Development. She is an active member and participant in the Society for Human Resources Management and a current board member of the UJA-Federation’s Young Professional Women’s Leadership.

Lynda Fraser
Vice President

Lynda Fraser leads the HR Contracting business, with a focus on the tristate area and a proven ability to also support clients across the country.

Starting her career in Education, Lynda then moved into Learning & Development, and then broader HR work. She worked as an HR contractor herself before moving into HR recruitment with a leading Australasian executive search and consulting company. During her time there the company was acquired by a major US company and Lynda led a team of specialist recruiters through a period of significant change. She then left to start a specialist HR practice for another leading firm in the industry before moving to New York in 2011.

Working with Solomon Page since her move to the US, Lynda is grateful for the opportunity she has been given to apply her skills, knowledge and global perspective in a very different environment. She invests in developing long-term relationships with both clients and candidates and works from a foundation, and belief in the importance, of building trust and value.

Lynda is an active member of SHRM and a mentor with a local not-for-profit.