Tony Morales is the Managing Director of N2Growth Executive Search in Miami, FL. He advises boards and senior executives on talent strategy, leadership selection, organizational design, performance management, succession planning, and executive transitions.
Through his leadership of N2Growth’s executive search practice, Tony oversees engagements across all industries, functions, ownership structures, business models, and geographies. Whether a multinational, multibillion-dollar enterprise, a sovereign government, or a startup in hypergrowth, Tony helps our clients answer three fundamental questions:
Prior to N2Growth, Tony’s career involved leadership through consultative, interim, and industry roles. After exiting a technology-enabled service startup, Tony held a leadership role at the ACE Foundation, a private foundation supporting social and public sector innovation. Before this, he was an executive for Academica, the nation’s largest educational services firm, leading strategic and administrative functions for its virtual and emerging technologies business.
Tony is active in philanthropy and community service, especially in his native South Florida. He serves as Treasurer of the Board of Directors of the Somerset Academy Foundation, Inc., Chairperson of the Board of Directors of Under A Tree, Inc., and a Trustee for Doral College, where he teaches anthropology each fall. He serves in a volunteering or advisory capacity for other private and public organizations, including the Center for Education Reform, the Federal Bureau of Prisons, and the Miami-Dade Medical Examiner Department. Tony is a member of YPO.
Tony holds a bachelor’s degree in anthropology and philosophy, politics, and economics, a master’s degree in anthropology, and graduate credentials in neuroscience from the University of Pennsylvania. He serves as programmatic faculty at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, teaching through its Undergraduate Division and Aresty Institute of Executive Education at the undergraduate and executive levels, respectively.