1-212-472-4000 HQ / Home Office: New York City eolis@eolis.com

    Since the inception of EOLIS, Wendeen Eolis has been an active leader and supporter of initiatives to give back--first and foremost to her alma mater, NYU. The University's late president,  L. Jay Oliva her advisor and a major influence in her decision to go into business. She has served as an advisor on theDean's counsel at NYU Law School, is a member of NYU's Torch Society, and a proud donor of  additi0nal time, funding, and services to the University.

    EOLIS' award-winning law student intern program--recognized in a Citation by the Reagan White House and the  "Most Distinguished Achievement" award conferred by the International Confederation of Personnel  Services has been in continuous operation since 1969. NYU law students have been part of this program since 1969.

    Wendeen has served as a leader in executive search associations in critical growth periods. She has earned numerous industry awards for her contributions to upgraded standards designed to serve and protect consumers. Her longstanding commitment to improving life and welfare for others is also demonstrated in not-for- board directorships, participation on advisory councils, government task forces and commissions.

    WHE/ NOLA Jazzman Gulf fundraiser
    WHE/ NOLA Jazzman Gulf fundraiser

    Civic Leadership  

    • New Yorkers for Children BOD
    • WNYC BOD
    • NYU Law School Dean's Council
    • City Meals on Wheels
    • Pencil PFAD

    Special Projects

    Leading the way in active assistance and fundraising cooperation-events and initiatives big and small

    One objective--making others' burdens in the aftermath of catastrophes our responsibilities

    Humanitarian Causes

    Wendeen  has served as a board member and/or as a special advisor to a host of not- for-profit organizations, educational institutions, and government affairs task forces  including New Yorkers for Children(BOD) WNYC (BOD) and as an active participant of the PENCIL Principal for a Day program, among others.

    Wendeen's extensive experience as chief operations officer and civilian commander of Hope's Champion Task Force  has led to cooperation and leadership initiatives in natural disaster recovery operations such as the Gulf Coast oil spill where the spirit of the afflicted was buoyed  by a fund-raising concert of joy with the best jazz musicians from the local area.


     Executive Search Industry Activism

    National Association of Legal Search Consultants
    Founder and first president, established first two initiatives; first industry code of Ethical Conduct,  first annual educational conference

    ​Association Of Personnel Consultants, New York State  ​
    Leader in legislative activism to  modernize NYS Employment Agency Law

    Presidential Citation for Law Student Intern Employment
    (President Ronald Reagan White House Luncheon, 1981)