Brian J. Curry

Brian J. Curry is a founder and Managing Partner of Fairfield Partners Executive Search, LLC.

Prior to entering search, Brian spent over 20 years at leading technology firms in sales and sales management positions. Brian was senior vice president, sales for Transcentive, the leading provider of performance-based compensation solutions. During his three years at Transcentive, Brian ran the North American Sales force and was general manager of a business unit. Prior to that, Brian spent 12 years at Hyperion Solutions (now Oracle), a leading analytic applications software provider. At Hyperion, he held various positions including vice president, sales northeast US & Canada.

Brian is a board member of the Connecticut Venture Group Stamford Chapter, a professional organization that is committed to connecting leading Venture Investment Professionals with high-growth emerging companies.

Brian is also on the advisory panel for Food’NBev Connect an organization that helps early stage food companies by providing access to food industry experts through a cluster community.

Brian is also an advisory mentor to portfolio companies under the AccelFoods platform, which is an early-stage investment firm based out of NYC.

Brian received a B.S. in Business Economics and Accounting from the State University of New York in Oneonta. He and his wife, Susan, a partner and chief operating officer at Klingenstein, Fields & Co., LLC, an investment advisory firm in New York City, reside in Darien, CT. 


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Sector Concentration

  • Natural Food and Beverage
  • Natural Supplements
  • Natural Personal care


  • Lindsey & Company (Executive Search)
  • Transcentive (now Computershare)
  • Hyperion Solutions (now Oracle)


  • State University of NY- Oneonta


  • U.S. and Int'l Travel with Family
  • Reading – mostly non-fiction and historical biographies
  • Golf, paddle, yoga, skiing, Koko Fit Club
  • Yanks, Jets (painful), Knicks (more painful), Penn State football & UCONN hoops