Joe brings an in-depth understanding of the opportunities and challenges faced by organizations within the public and private sectors.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) October 03, 2012
Morgan Samuels, a leading human capital consulting firm that provides innovative and strategic services focused on identifying, attracting, and retaining top executive talent, announced the appointment of Joe DiLorenzo as an Advisor in the firm. Janice DiPietro, President of Morgan Samuels said, “We are pleased to welcome Joe to the Morgan Samuels team. His extensive experience as an operating executive and Partner within professional services will lead Joe to continue Morgan Samuels’ tradition of creating outstanding value for our clients. As an experienced Chief Financial Officer and leader within the profession, Joe brings an in-depth understanding of the opportunities and challenges faced by organizations within the public and private sectors.”
Prior to joining Morgan Samuels, Mr. DiLorenzo had most recently been the President and Chief Executive Officer at Plymouth Rock Studios. Previously, Mr. DiLorenzo was Vice President of Strategic Alliances and later Chief Financial Officer of a leading provider of higher education enterprise infrastructure software and solutions. Mr. DiLorenzo was with the Boston Celtics for over eighteen years, serving as Chief Financial Officer and Senior Vice President of Administration. Mr. DiLorenzo helped take the Celtics public, the first major sports franchise to do so. He also assisted with the acquisition of Celtic affiliated entities; Fox station Channel 25 and radio station WEEI. Mr. DiLorenzo has held executive leadership roles with the Boston Garden and Boston Bruins organization for 11 years, overseeing and managing one of Boston’s oldest entertainment complexes.
Mr. DiLorenzo graduated from Bentley University with a degree in Accounting and is a board member of the Bentley Executive Club and has held leadership positions with the Bentley University Alumni Association.
Mr. DiLorenzo is active with the Financial Executives International, the largest senior financial executive organization in the world. Mr. DiLorenzo has served in multiple leadership roles, including Chairman of the Board. Mr. DiLorenzo volunteers with a number of organizations, including: the Treasurer’s Club of Boston, Greater Boston Chapter of the Salvation Army, and the Massachusetts Chamber of Commerce. He has received numerous awards for his service. Mr. DiLorenzo said, “I am excited to join Morgan Samuels. Its reputation as a Firm that delivers exceptional results, driven by its proprietary Lean Six Sigma methodologies and process, strategic orientation, and proven execution capabilities aligns well to my experiences and views concerning the needs of the market.”
About Morgan Samuels.
Morgan Samuels is a leading human capital consulting firm, providing innovative and strategic services focused on identifying, attracting, and retaining top talent. With a focus on retained executive search, Morgan Samuels partners with clients to co-create the optimal human capital solution to drive future business objectives. Morgan Samuels mitigates risk for clients by being results driven, accountable, and transparent. Since 1969, the Firm has developed a reputation for building strong client relationships and for successfully recruiting exceptional candidates. Morgan Samuels has shifted the paradigm in executive search to unprecedented levels of quality through the use of revolutionary business process techniques based on Lean Six Sigma principles. This strategic and data-oriented approach ensures Morgan Samuels rapidly identifies, recruits, and places the best executive talent in the market for its clients, which include E&J Gallo, Capital One, BAE Systems, Inc, Samsung C&T, Edison International, and many other Fortune 500 companies. Morgan Samuels is a generalist firm, with practice areas across multiple industries, including Healthcare, Technology, Engineering and Construction, Financial Services, Aerospace and Defense, Digital Media, Private Equity, and Consumer Products.