Jory Marino is vice chairman, Financial Services. During his 18-year tenure with the company, Jory has held a number of senior leadership roles, including executive vice president and global head of markets, and vice chairman and regional leader, Americas with responsibility for overseeing the company’s business operations within the United States, Canada, & Latin America. Previously, Jory served as managing partner, North America; Global CIO Practice managing partner; and managing partner, Functional Practices. Jory also served on the firm’s Executive Committee and Global Markets Council.
Jory’s search practice has focused on general management and senior operational leadership positions across the financial services, payments, and FinTech sectors. He also leads several of the firm’s largest account relationships.
With more than 30 years of executive search experience, Jory is widely recognized as an authority on leadership and talent within Financial Services. He has written several published articles on the subject and is quoted frequently in business, financial, and professional journals, including BusinessWeek, Fortune, Waters, Wall Street & Technology, and American Banker. Jory has also presented at several industry groups and conferences, including Institutional Investor Financial Technology Forum, Fortune CIO Working Group, and Women in Technology.
Jory joined Heidrick & Struggles with the acquisition of another firm where he was one of the founding partners. His early career focused on recruiting technology, risk management, and operations executives and leading a broad range of assignments for companies in financial services, technology consulting, and information management.
In addition to his professional activities, Jory has also been active in a variety of civic and charitable organizations, namely Greensboro Council on the Arts, Greensboro Urban Ministry, and Winston-Salem Mission, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.Education:
Jory attended the City University of New York where he completed undergraduate and graduate studies in experimental psychology.