Conroy Ross Partners Expands Executive Search Practice

November 16, 2015 – Executive search firm Conroy Ross Partners has named Terry Stein as vice president with the firm’s executive search practice. He has an extensive background in recruiting and talent management for organizations in the energy, professional services, healthcare, manufacturing, construction and property development industries.

Prior to joining Conroy Ross, Mr. Stein was a partner in a boutique search firm (Pekarsky Stein) for the last five years where he launched and grew the firm’s corporate services practice. Previously, he was responsible for launching, growing and managing Futurestep in Western Canada, which included offices in both Calgary and Vancouver with responsibility for business development and executing on senior level search projects and large-scale recruiting arrangements with local, national and international organizations. He started out in the search industry with Robert Half Canada where he spent six years specializing in finance, accounting and information technology while being individually recognized as a top global revenue generator. He also spent 10 years in various accounting, finance and management roles within industry and three years in a public accounting firm.

In October, Conroy Ross Partners announced that Mike Bacchus was selected by IIC Partners as board director, Americas. Mr. Bacchus is chief executive officer of Conroy Ross Partners in Canada and leads the firm’s national expansion by strengthening its presence in key markets. Conroy Ross Partners’ Edmonton office has been a member of IIC Partners since 1996.

Founded in 1994, Conroy Ross Partners is a national search and consulting firm with offices across Canada. The firm works with leadership teams to recruit a wide range of C-level executives. It has expertise in both the private and public sectors, and services a diverse group of clients, across a breadth of different industries.

Contributed by Dale M. Zupsansky, Managing Editor, Hunt Scanlon Media

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