Steve Cornacchia

Partner

443.285.9740

"A search partner who truly understands your market provides unbiased referencing on executives, deep knowledge of companies' track records in product development and commercial execution, and the ability to quickly pinpoint where the strongest talent lies."

Steve has led numerous global executive searches in the Life Sciences Practice of ON Partners, including successful assignments in Europe and Asia.

He has a proven track record of identifying and retaining visionary leaders across broad functions including research + development, commercial and business development, as well as information technology and digital.

Steve specializes in addressing global development and commercial challenges for emerging life sciences and healthcare companies, as well as large multinational biotechnology, pharmaceutical, diagnostics, and medical device companies. He draws on a broad global network of talent and thought leaders across both industry and academia.

Prior to ON Partners, he spent nearly a decade with two other global executive search firms. Earlier in his career, Steve was affiliated with a San Francisco-based boutique retained search firm.

Steve is a graduate of the University of California, San Diego. He is based in the Annapolis office of ON Partners, and he lives in Severna Park with his wife and two daughters.

Recent News

Successful Placement: Revance Therapeutics

Revance Therapeutics Expands Leadership Team, Appoints Roman G. Rubio, MD, MBA, as Senior Vice President of Clinical Development NEWARK, Calif., March 14, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Revance Therapeutics, Inc. (NASDAQ:RVNC), a biotechnology company developing botulinum toxin products for use in aesthetic and therapeutic indications, today announced a key addition to its leadership team with the […]

The art of referencing

Uncovering valuable information beyond a candidate’s references Smart Business Steve Cornacchia + Larry Ormsby interviewed by Adam Burroughs Share:  Follow:   When looking at a resume, it’s no longer the case that a long tenure makes an executive candidate the better choice. “Many of today’s executives have short stays at several companies over their career,” says […]