First Posted on finance.yahoo.com Edition Wed, Jan 22, 2014, 8:35pm EST
SPMB, formerly known as Schweichler Price Mullarkey and Barry, California’s largest retained-only executive search firm for technology, has announced the promotion of four new Partners to its senior management team. Eamonn Tucker, Michael Doonan and Sean Lucq, all long time employees of the firm who rose through the ranks, have been promoted. The fourth Partner, Todd Greenhalgh, joined the firm through SPMB’s acquisition of the firm he founded, Green Atom, which focused on industrial and sustainability sectors.
“This is a watershed moment for us and speaks to how strong our platform has become. We grew these incredibly talented Partners right out of college, and their career growth has been tremendous. They’re smart, they’re dedicated, they do great work, their clients love them and they’re leaders in our firm,” said Andy Price, Managing Partner. “We are really proud to add these people to our senior management team. And Todd’s impact has been tremendous too. Our sustainability practice is growing triple digits.”
SPMB now has more than 40 people, is solidly growing, has nine senior Partners and has also promoted Nicole Freitas to the role of Client Partner, a position one step removed from Partner.
“The growth in our senior leadership team puts us in a great position to service our thriving client base. Each Partner has over 10 years in retained search experience,” said Dave Mullarkey, Managing Partner. “The talent and bench strength in this firm runs deep, and there is little to no turnover. We are rapidly heading towards our goal to become the top independent technology search firm in North America.”