Mike Marino is an executive vice president and the managing partner of the Culture Shaping Practice based in Heidrick & Struggles’ New York City and Huntington Beach offices.
Mike leads Senn Delaney, Heidrick & Struggles' culture-shaping business, and served as partner and executive vice president since 1992. He has led strategic accounts in global and Fortune 500 companies across a wide range of industries, including transportation, retail, pharmaceuticals, insurance, and financial services. Mike also has been instrumental in new product development for the culture-shaping business as well as integrated products for the Heidrick & Struggles enterprise.
Prior to joining Senn Delaney, Mike was an executive at Chase Manhattan Bank. During his 10-year tenure at Chase, he served as a senior human resources executive for the Asia-Pacific Region, helped establish the Chase-AMP Bank of Australia, and served as country manager of consumer banking for Chase Thailand. In addition, he developed strategic plans for Chase Consumer Banking in Japan, Thailand, and Malaysia and spearheaded the Manpower Planning and Development group for the Chase Metropolitan Community Bank in New York City.
As a leader and advisor to leaders for more than three decades, Mike understands the unquestionable importance of creating a healthy, high-performance work culture to meet the challenges created by changing customer needs, government regulation, technological advances, and global market dynamics.
Throughout his career, Mike has developed the perspective and skills to bring clients the most current, time-tested approaches to organizational culture change that deliver results and create a meaningful and fulfilling work experience for all employees.
Mike received his bachelor of arts in history from New York University and a master of counseling education from the University of Virginia.