Georgia Musgrave

Vice President of Strategic Initiatives

Georgia Musgrave - Vice President of Strategic Initiatives

As Duffy Group’s Vice President of Strategic Initiatives, Georgia spreads her talent across the company’s business sectors and emerging industries, serving as the first point of contact for new clients deciding on best practices and recruiting strategies for their Business. She is the liaison between the client and Duffy Group’s practice leaders to drive the company’s growth.

As a senior leader at Duffy Group, her day-to-day projects include client campaign development, CRM project management, lead generation, sales communications, business development training (QBS), strategic recruiting conversations with key business leaders and developing contracts. She is actively engaged in company work planning discussions and assists in the process of managing recruiting resources.

With nearly two decades spent in education serving in high-level administrative roles at Arizona State University, she was the perfect go-to resource for higher education leaders looking for top talent. Due to her success, her work now includes working with a variety of industry leaders to help build their talent acquisition strategies.

While serving as Assistant Dean at (ASU) W.P. Carey School of Business, Georgia managed teams ranging from student recruitment, admissions and career management for graduate students seeking a business degree. The job required oversight of a $4.5 million budget, which included multiple departments and six degree programs. All organizational and operational projects were her responsibility. As a result of numerous budget cuts at the state level, she created multiple workforce-related committees to drive change and efficiently manage resource constraints. Meanwhile, she built and recruited teams from the ground up at W. P. Carey School of Business.

Georgia has a bachelor’s degree in Liberal Arts from Northern Arizona University and a master’s degree in Business from the W.P. Carey School’s Executive MBA Program at Arizona State University.

Before earning an advanced degree, she pursued her dream of living abroad, working as chief instructor and human resources director at the Fukushima English Center in Fukushima City, Japan.

Georgia spends her time mentoring women as a Fresh Start Women’s Foundation volunteer and was recently appointed to their board of directors. Georgia also serves on the board of directors for the Foundation for Senior Living and as a leader of Northern Arizona’s Phoenix alumni chapter. She is devoted to her family and tends to her garden, crafts, and loves to entertain in her free time.