Drew Tanenbaum helps General Counsel become more effective organizational and functional leaders. He has been a trusted advisor to hundreds of legal leaders, supporting them on a range of initiatives including personal and team strategy setting and prioritization, improving board effectiveness, developing and managing ESG strategies and programs, transforming legal departments and improving organizational risk management and oversight.
In addition to advising individual clients, Mr. Tanenbaum has led numerous multi-client events and facilitated legal team discussions on topics such as effective personal leadership, ESG, M&A, business partnership, risk alignment and legal department transformation.
Prior to joining Gartner, Mr. Tanenbaum worked as in-house counsel at PayPal and Citigroup, advising business partners on consumer protection, transactional and product matters. Before moving in-house, he was an attorney at two large, national law firms working on mergers and acquisitions, financing and other commercial transactions.
Prior to joining Gartner, Mr. Tanenbaum worked as in-house counsel at PayPal and Citigroup. Before moving in-house, he was an attorney at two large, national law firms. As an attorney, he provided legal and business advice to clients on matters related to consumer protection, commercial transactions, product design and delivery, regulatory investigations and risk mitigation.
Senior Legal Counsel
Assistant General Counsel
General Counsel, Board and C-Suite Support
Legal Operations and Department Management
Executive Leadership: Strategic Risk Management
Executive Leadership: Sustainability
Juris Doctor, cum laude, Columbus School of Law, Catholic University of America
B.S., Economics, Lehigh University
1General Counsel strategic support of the Board of Directors and senior leadership
2Assessing and improving corporate governance practices and board processesÃ Â
3Developing or improving ESG programs and disclosuresÃ Â
4Improving General CounselÃ Â personal leadership, time management and workload prioritizationÃ Â
5Strategic planning, execution and measurement