Greg is a member of Spencer Stuart’s CEO and Board practices and leads the global Technology, Media & Telecommunications Practice. He specializes in the media and consumer internet segments and recruits and assesses board directors, CEOs, general managers, chief revenue officers, chief marketing officers and other core members of the leadership team responsible for driving transformation and delivering business results. He also advises CEOs about their company culture, top team composition and organizational structure. In addition to his work with clients, Greg serves on the firm’s North American Operating Committee.

Expertise

Greg works across the technology, media and telecom industry and specializes in:

  • CEO search
  • CEO succession
  • Board recruitment
  • Direct-to-consumer roles

 

Additional expertise in:

  • GMs/presidents/COOs
  • Chief revenue officers
  • CMOs
  • Chief digital officers
  • Consumer internet
  • Private equity
  • Top team effectiveness
  • Board effectiveness

 

Recent work

  • Recruiting multiple divisional CEOs to Fortune 500 companies to lead newly formed business units (e.g., advertising and direct-to-consumer) designed to help transform the business and address significant disruption in their sectors
  • Leading multiple CEO searches for private equity-backed companies in marketing technology and web services
  • Co-leading a top team effectiveness and culture workshop with the leadership team of a high-growth digital media company, resulting in improved performance and employee engagement
  • Advising a large media company board on how to improve its effectiveness
  • Recruiting multiple next-generation board directors and counseling them on how best to increase their impact in the boardroom

Previous Experience

  • Business development and account management roles at digital marketing agencies in San Francisco and Connecticut
  • Broadcast journalist at ABC News in New York City

Education

  • B.A. in English and political science from Bucknell University

Expertise