Tatum Names Chris Morris Office Managing Partner in New York Headquarters
Senior Leader to Recruit Top Talent, Drive Market Growth
NEW YORK, March 3, 2014
NEW YORK, March 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --Tatum, a management and advisory firm
offering hands-on strategic, financial and technology solutions that
measurably improve business performance, named Chris Morris the office
managing partner in the company's New York headquarters. In this role, Morris
will lead business development and talent recruitment efforts, manage daily
operational activity and oversee high-level client engagements.
"Chris' diverse experience as a senior leader, advisor and board member of
public and private companies makes him especially well-suited to lead our New
York office and drive bottom-line business impact for current and future
clients," said Bob Hostetler, Tatum's East Region Managing Partner. "As office
managing partner, I am confident that he will skillfully recruit, foster and
manage our high-performing operational leaders who respond to clients' needs
and navigate changing marketplace dynamics."
"Serving as office managing partner in Tatum's headquarters presents an
exciting opportunity for me to apply my corporate finance, private equity,
strategy and business development background to grow our clients' businesses,
as well as our own," said Morris. "It is especially gratifying to lead a team
of the top executive-level talent in the industry, who rapidly integrate into
their clients' operations and achieve results at every stage of the business
Previously, Morris served as president and founding partner of MPACT Partners
LLC, providing strategic, financial and operational consulting services. Prior
to this role, he served as vice president at Freddie Mac and executive vice
president for corporate development at Countrywide Credit Industries. Morris'
earlier career included founding The Savant Group, Inc., a private equity
investment firm, and Dexel Burnham Lambert Inc. He has worked in a range of
industries, including financial services, energy, retail, consumer products,
government contracting and non-profits.
Morris earned an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School and holds a B.A. in
economics from Stanford University. He is also on the Board of Directors of
Blue Dolphin Energy and the C.S. Lewis Institute.
About Tatum, a Randstad company
Tatum is a leading management and advisory services firm offering hands-on
strategic, financial and technology solutions that measurably improve business
performance. Tatum's executive leaders and consultants help companies navigate
critical points in the business lifecycle and execute their strategic
initiatives. Our deep management and operational expertise, keen strategic
consultancy and a focus on follow-through enable our teams to deliver
solutions that drive sustainable impact. With a national footprint of offices
in key markets, our firm is ready to mobilize locally anywhere in the country.
Tatum is an operating company of Randstad. To learn more about Tatum, visit
About Randstad US
Randstad US is a wholly owned subsidiary of Randstad Holding nv, a $22.0
billion global provider of HR services. As the third largest staffing
organization in the US, Randstad holds top positions in permanent placement,
office and administrative, IT and accounting and finance. From professional
services, commercial staffing, recruitment process outsourcing, to managed
services and more, Randstad delivers a comprehensive range of temporary,
temporary-to-hire, permanent placement and outsourced placement services. With
its 5,660 employment experts, Randstad puts an average of nearly 100,000
people to work in the U.S. each week, through its network of more than 900
branches and client-dedicated locations.
Learn more at www.randstad.com and access Randstad's panoramic U.S. thought
leadership knowledge center through its Workforce360 site that offers valuable
insight into the latest economic indicators and HR trends shaping the world of
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