Co-Chief Executive Officer and Co-Chair, Investment Committee, Carrick Capital Partners
Marc McMorris is co-CEO and Investment Committee co-chair of Carrick Capital Partners, where he is directly involved in the identification, selection, and post-investment management of the firm’s portfolio companies. McMorris works with the CEOs, executive teams, and boards of the firm’s portfolio, leveraging his deep understanding of sales, finance, capital structures, and corporate governance. He assists these companies in navigating growth opportunities and in creating substantial long-term value. In addition to his board roles with various Carrick companies, McMorris is a member of the board of directors of the Fair Isaac Corporation and is the vice chairman of the University of Pennsylvania’s endowment.
Prior to founding Carrick, McMorris was a managing director for General Atlantic, where he led the Palo Alto office. Previously, he was a vice president in Goldman Sachs’ technology group and an associate at Morgan Stanley. He began his career at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
McMorris earned a B.A. in economics from the University of Pennsylvania and an MBA with a concentration in finance from its Wharton School. He is actively involved with nonprofit organizations that support student development, including the Helix School and Scholars for Educational Opportunity. He lives in the Bay Area with his family. In his spare time, McMorris is a competitive sailor.