Kevin Malover has joined Chicago-based private equity firm GTCR as chief information officer. He most recently served as chief technology officer for Barack Obama's presidential campaign, and was recruited to GTCR by TillmanCarlson.
TillmanCarlson is pleased to announce the recruitment of Kevin Malover as Chief Information Officer for GTCR, a highly successful private equity firm based in Chicago.
Malover joins GTCR from his recent involvement with Barack Obama's presidential campaign where he served as Chief Technology Officer of Obama for America. Prior to joining the campaign, Malover participated in the start-up of BuySide Realty, an on-line real estate solution. In addition, Malover was instrumental in launching Orbitz while serving as Chief Information Officer from 2000 through its successful IPO.
Malover holds a Master's degree in Business Administration from Oakland University and a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics from Lawrence Technological University.
Headquartered in Chicago, IL, GTCR is one of the founding firms of the private equity industry and is credited as the inventor of the management-led industry consolidation strategy. GTCR currently manages more than $8 billion in equity and mezzanine capital invested in a wide range of companies and industries. The firm principally invests in high-growth industries, including business services and outsourcing, consumer products and services, healthcare, technology, and transaction processing. For further information on GTCR, visit www.gtcr.com.
Headquartered in Oak Brook, IL, TillmanCarlson is a senior level executive search firm specializing in the recruitment of CEOs, CFOs and CIOs for a broad range of companies from venture-backed start-ups to large, global corporations. For further information on TillmanCarlson, visit www.tillmancarlson.com.