Our overall team consists of executives who are seasoned Executive Search Professionals with the added value of having corporate experience in Human Resources, General Management, Sales, Marketing and Finance.
Harriet Maphet is President of
Infinity Resources LLC, a retained executive search and human
resources consulting firm. She established the organization in
1999 to address the needs of client organizations to find
exceptional talent to continue the growth of their organizations.
The company's mission is to provide high-quality, value-added,
results-oriented service at reasonable rates to client
organizations. She has instituted a rigorous process that
provides clients with fast turnaround of projects, but not at
the expense of quality. Market and organizational research, as well
as competitive analysis, are all critical parts of this process. She
has found that this effort enhances the ability of Infinity Resources LLC to find
the most qualified candidates to fit the needs of each client. Her experience,
and the experience of her team, in line management and executive search
combine to expand the capabilities of the
firm in human resources consulting.
Harriet has experience in a variety of industries and functional areas,
which include Life Sciences (pharmaceuticals, biotech, medical devices),
Chemicals, Food, Consumer Products, Additive Manufacturing, Enabling
Technologies, and Financial Services. She brings with her over 25 years'
experience in executive search and line management roles including
business development, marketing and strategy development.
Harriet's prior experience was as a Vice President with Nicholson
International Inc. where she was part of the management team
responsible for the start-up of U. S. Operations as well as part of
a global team of consultants managing executive search and human
resources consulting services. Prior to that, Harriet was with
The Stevenson Group, a retainer based search and management consulting
firm, from 1989 to 1998. She was responsible for managing senior level
search and consulting assignments in all functional areas for a variety
of industries. In addition, from 1979 to 1989, she held marketing
management positions with Degussa Corporation, a specialty chemical
producer. Her product focus was inorganic chemicals sold to pharmaceutical,
HBA, paper and detergent industries.
Harriet received her Master's in Industrial and Labor Relations from
Cornell University. Her undergraduate degree is from Fairleigh Dickinson
University where she received a Bachelor's degree in Business
Administration/Marketing. In addition, she is an active member of BIONJ
(serving as Co-Chair of the 2013, 2014 and 2015 Annual Dinner Meetings)
and on the planning committee for BIO International's 2015 conference.
She has also been active in SHRM and has served as VP Membership, New
Jersey Business and Industry Association, the New Jersey Technology Council,
the New Jersey State Chamber of Commerce, and Executive Women of New Jersey
as well as The President's Forum.
Jeff Whitney is the Senior Vice President of Infinity Resources, focusing on
Special Clients & Projects. In this role, Jeff conducts searches and provides
support for clients in the many industries in which he has national and international
experience and contacts. He also collaborates with colleagues at Infinity Resources to
assist with specific projects, including searches, consulting, and advisory work.
Jeff has been working, traveling, and living overseas, or working in international
management positions, for over 35 years in over 60 countries on five continents.
Large-scale projects he has managed range from creating the high-level design and
financial analysis of a US$4.5 billion freight railway in the Caucasus region and a
US$500 million fertilizer plant in Georgia, to founding a steel scrap trading business
in Ukraine and several export-oriented agribusinesses in Romania, to the management of
global chemical and software businesses. He has managed searches for consulting companies,
chemical and industrial manufacturers, internet start-ups and technology companies,
agribusinesses, railroads, and educational organizations. Jeff now works primarily in the US
for specific clients on time-critical projects.
In addition to 12 years of project-based work for consulting firms like
Oliver Wyman, Ernst & Young, and Booz Allen & Hamilton, Jeff has worked
over 15 years in line management roles with international chemical companies,
including Air Products, Dow, Huels, and Rhodia. He was Country Manager in
both Ukraine and Georgia for Howard Energy, a developer and distributor of
natural gas, and he worked as the Director of International Strategy for
CommScope BiMetals. In 1992, he founded InterRes to assist small-to-medium-sized
enterprises in the US and elsewhere to improve their business via international
linkages and financial restructuring. Clients have included industrial,
information technology, and financial companies in the USA, in Europe, and
in Central Asia.
Jeff earned a Bachelor's in Chemical Engineering summa cum laude from Manhattan
College with minors in Philosophy and Theology. He also received a Master's in
International Management with honors from Thunderbird Graduate School. More recently,
Jeff has been assisting Future Generations University with its international
development, both recruiting students and creating partnerships with multilateral
donors. Jeff has served almost 15 years on the Board of Directors for SAS Group, a
trade finance company based in Turkey supporting businesses across Eurasia; and,
for the past year, on the Board of Choirgirl Music, a nonprofit focused on
alleviating hunger in the New York area.
Wyman Morgan is a Senior Vice President with Infinity Resources, responsible for
Executive Search Services and Executive Coaching Programs. In addition, Wyman
heads Strategic Technology Resources, which was established to provide a
"Virtual Chief Technology Officer" service for the guidance of technology and
new business initiatives within client companies and to enhance the effectiveness
of senior managers. Areas of focus are technology strategy formulation,
organizational design and development, program assessment, and venture planning,
as well as customized coaching and development for executives. Wyman facilitates
clarification of business intent and the alignment of development programs to
business objectives with clearly developed value propositions, market targets,
and operational tactics.
Wyman brings to Infinity Resources over 30 years' experience from line management
positions, consulting, and executive search. He has led worldwide R&D initiatives,
successfully building and developing technology organizations and technology platforms while
mentoring technology executives who have moved on to executive leadership positions.
He has coached a multitude of senior corporate leaders, up to the CEO level,
in functions as diverse as Business Development, Marketing, Human Resources Management,
Supply Chain Management, Research & Development, Engineering, and Quality Assurance.
Wyman has a PhD in Inorganic Chemistry from the University of Florida and a BS in
Chemistry from Florence State University. His experience includes 14 years
as FMC Corporation's Director of Chemical Technology as well as 20 years with
Monsanto Company, where he led the technology development for the Bovine
Somatotropin Program. During this time, he was instrumental in building the
100+ person organization to support this injectable sustained release protein
for enhanced milk production in dairy cows, which resulted in a US$300M business.
Wyman also has spent time in Human Resources as developmental positions throughout
his career. He established a Science and Engineering Fellow Program, and he
developed a Career & Effectiveness Coaching Program for FMC Corporation's Senior
Technology Directors. Wyman boasts a long list of technology and business
accomplishments, all of which enhance his breadth of organizational understanding
and bring added value to the Executive Search Process.
Wyman has served on the advisory board of the Mid-Atlantic Nanotechnology
Alliance. Currently, he is active in the New Jersey Technology Council and in BIONJ,
he is a member of the American Chemical Society, and he is a participant in Chemical
Heritage Foundation (Philadelphia) programs.