Bianca is a Partner at SPMB and a founder of the firm’s New York-based office with a focus on identifying top tier talent up and down the eastern seaboard as well as across North America’s emerging tech hubs. Bianca partners exclusively with market-changing growth equity and private equity-backed software and technology-enabled services companies to place C-level and EVP/SVP-level executives cross-functionally across North America. She and her team have successfully recruited CEOs and all functional areas reporting to the CEO.
Stumbling into executive recruiting by way of Human Capital focused management consulting with Deloitte Consulting LLP and Booz Allen Hamilton, Bianca’s career has always been centered on talent and how to best build company success as well as drive value creation via human capital.
On the weekends, you can typically find Bianca at a local coffee shop or on a hike with her husband, kids, and two dogs (Potato and Porterhouse).
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Where have you traveled and where would you still like to go?
Going on safari in Kenya was a life changing experience for me. I found a love of Africa after my trip there and cannot wait to go back. Next on my list is gorilla trekking in Uganda.
What sports star would you most like to meet?
Kevin Durant. He is one of the all-time greats on and off the court and is the biggest technology investor in the NBA. Off the court, KD has invested a ton of resources and time into the Washington, D.C. and Prince George’s County communities with a specific focus on not just getting low-income kids to college, but ensuring that they graduate. I grew up outside of Washington, D.C. and have an affinity for that community.
What are your favorite books?
East of Eden, by John Steinbeck and All the Light We Cannot See, by Anthony Derr. I am guilty of rereading books over and over again and these two are no exception. Otherwise, I can be found perusing the New York Post more often than I care to admit.
Who would you trade places with for one month?
Malcolm Gladwell and Ina Garten.
What is the one thing people would be surprised to know about you?
I am an introvert.