Described by Newsweek and Business 2.0 as the "Agent to the Corporate Stars", Neal Lenarsky has also received attention from National Public Radio and Newsweek and The Wall Street Journal as strategic manager, agent, and advocate to corporate executives from companies such as WarnerMedia, Disney, Sony, Universal, Fox Broadcasting, Google, Facebook, Mattel, The Gap, Nike, Activision and Aristocrat Leisure. He has spoken at the Wharton Entrepreneurial Conference, Northwestern's Kellogg Marketing Conference and Harvard Alumni Roundtables, was featured on Lifetime Television and has provided support for search firms such as Heidrick & Struggles, Korn/Ferry International and Christian & Timbers.

In addition to his work pioneering executive talent management, Neal has provided Strategic support for numerous companies over the years as a Talent Management and Human Resources consultant.

Neal began his career at PepsiCo's then (now Yum) KFC division, where he developed and wrote the Store Administration Manual for this $4 Billion, 4,000 store chain. Neal moved hundreds of executives around the country throughout all divisions of the company and developed the notion of "Human Asset Management": the idea that careers, like other capital, are to be managed with the same level of thought and business savvy that companies focus on other assets.

After his PepsiCo/KFC tenure, Neal was asked by the Walt Disney Company to move to Los Angeles and build an internal search function which supported Disney's film, consumer products, and corporate divisions. He managed over 400 executive searches and built relationships throughout the Fortune 500.

Neal rounded out his executive talent management experience by supporting the Marciano family (Paul, Armand and Maurice) when they took Guess? through the IPO in 1996. He built the entire stock option compensation system, the friends and family program and the benefits and compensation system for the company. Under Neal's human capital leadership, Guess? attracted President level executives from Ann Taylor, Warnaco, Polo Ralph Lauren, Nautica and the GAP.

Neal received a Bachelor of Arts in both Philosophy and Psychology from the State University of New York at New Paltz and a Master of Arts in Philosophy with a focus on Logic from Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana. He presently lives in Los Angeles.