|With over fifteen years experience in executive search and management consulting, John has successfully completed domestic and offshore assignments in virtually all industries. While specializing in general management, information technology, finance and engineering searches, he has also executed assignments in sales, marketing, human resources and supply chain management. |
Prior to entering the consulting industry, John had over twenty years experience in increasingly responsible positions with Fortune 500 corporations. Holding senior financial and information technology management positions with The U.S. Steel Corporation, Ingersoll-Rand Co., Johnson & Johnson, and Heublein, Inc., he received a BS degree in Accounting from Rutgers and an MBA in Managerial Accounting from the University of Hartford.
He attended numerous technical programs, including Harvard University's "Managing the Information Services Resource". Recognized as one of the pioneers in the development of EDI, his extensive computer, telecommunications and financial management experience brings valuable perspective to clients seeking management talent for high technology companies.
John currently serves on the Board of Visitors for the Barney School of Business, University of Hartford; the International Committee of Northeast Human Resources Association (NEHRA); Advisory Board, Onpress Ltd., (Hong Kong); and is a member of the Connecticut Venture Group.
In addition, he previously served on the Board of Directors of Baron Group and Baron Hospitality, real estate developers and hospitality managers; Baron Financial, a limited broker dealer specializing in the syndication of hospitality properties; Horton International, Inc., a global retained executive search firm; and served as a Japanese Trade Representative for the State of Connecticut, Department of Economic Development. He was also co-founder of Knight Group Inc., a global consulting firm specializing in cross border market entry.
Married with three grown children, he resides in Simsbury, Connecticut.