Partner and Executive Vice President
As a leader and advisor to leaders during the last 30 years, Mike Marino 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, he has developed the perspective and skills to bring Senn Delaney clients the most current, time-tested approaches to organizational culture shaping that delivers results and creates a meaningful and fulfilling work experience for all employees.
Mike discusses building healthy cultures
During the last 15 years at Senn Delaney, Mike has led major engagements as a strategic account leader and has been a partner since 1994. He continues to add innovative approaches to meet the unique situation each leader faces in shaping his or her culture.
He has helped establish Senn Delaney's financial services and health care industry practices and has consulted on global accounts in Europe and Asia.
Prior to joining Senn Delaney in 1992, Mike spent more than 10 years as an executive at Chase Manhattan Bank. During his tenure, he served as a senior human resources executive for the Asia-Pacific Region. He 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.
In 1990, Mike became vice president of administration for Sunkyong America, a $1-billion unit of SK, the Korean conglomerate. Mike built the human resources, logistics and administration function for SK America and led the implementation of the SK Management System. SKMS was a first-ever corporate culture initiative for the company and one of the earliest ever implemented by an Asian firm operating in the U.S.
Mike received his Bachelor of Arts in history from New York University and a Master of Counseling Education from the University of Virginia. Mike lives in Manhattan with his wife Cooper and enjoys performing as a part-time Brazilian jazz musician, practicing yoga and enjoying the cultural offerings of New York City.