Jeffrey Peisach

Using talent management technology can empower individuals to make the highest-impact decisions regarding their own development paths.

Jeff leads a wide range of consulting and technology engagements, making use of more than 15 years of experience in serving Fortune 500 clients and large government agencies. Jeffrey has a special emphasis on developing online talent solutions and focuses on leveraging best practice human resource management expertise to design and implement intuitive and effective tools and applications. Jeffrey’s client engagements have included online systems addressing selection, onboarding and orientation, development planning, performance management, and succession planning. His consulting includes extensive experience with competency development, high-performer role profiles, selection, professional development, training, and executive assessment.


Jeff’s experience prior to Cambria helped him establish a strong foundation for understanding of the human resources function and how it serves the needs of organizations. As an HR representative at Kerr Drug, a retail chain in the Southeast, he worked on processes related to the acquisition and integration of 190 new stores and assisted with selection efforts. He also worked in the HR function at retail brokerage firm Ferris, Baker Watts, where he focused on online recruiting, employee relations, and developing job descriptions.

Education, Professional Activities

Jeff holds a BS in business administration from Georgetown University, with a concentration in human resources management and a minor in psychology. He has presented at ASTD, Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), and Linkage on topics such as building realistic job simulations and developing effective online orientation programs. His work in developing an online employee orientation for a client is featured in a Harvard Business School case on onboarding in professional service firms. Jeffrey also co-authored an article titled, “Project Manager and Program Manager: What’s the Difference?” published in Defense AT&L magazine (July-August 2008).