Cabot Consultants
Consultants in Retained Executive Search

2021 Forbes Ranking, #14 Best Executive Search Firm in America

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Tom Berray

Tom Berray

Managing Partner

Cabot Consultants is currently ranked by Forbes as the #14 Best Executive Recruiting Firm in the US with global reach to talent in 45+ countries via our worldwide affiliation with IRC. This marks the fourth year in a row that Cabot has been ranked in the top 25 firms in the country!

Our partners have 100+ years of combined experience recruiting C-level executives across our functional and industry practices.

Our Team

“I was contacted by Tom Berray of Cabot Consultants concerning an executive level position they were helping to source for a major client. During the entire process I found everyone at Cabot to be very forthright, highly communicative and exceptionally professional. In an era where the executive search process is often characterized by the lack of any sort of personal touch, I felt Tom and his team were as focused on me as a candidate as they were on the client they were serving.”

Steve Miranda, Managing Director, Cornell University Center for Advanced Human Resources Studies (CAHRS)
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Even before the world was traumatized by the pandemic outbreak of COVID-19, soft skills were recognized as essential elements of organizations. Now, soft skills are more critical than ever before.