Sheridan Capital Partners Announces Chief Financial Officer and Vice President Hires


CHICAGO, IL, January 9, 2018 – Sheridan Capital Partners (“SCP”), a Chicago-based lower middle market private equity firm, announced today that Jessica Morris and Christopher McCrory have joined the firm as Chief Financial Officer and Vice President, respectively. Jessica will focus on managing financial administration and reporting, and Chris will focus on sourcing and managing investments in the healthcare and consumer sectors.

Prior to joining SCP, Jessica worked as Director of Financial Planning & Analysis at Mesirow Financial. Jessica’s primarily responsibilities included leading the firm-wide budgeting and identifying and structuring acquisitions for the firm’s investment management business. Prior to her role in Mesirow’s FP&A group, Jessica was the controller for a private equity real estate fund. Jessica earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Finance and a Masters of Accounting from the University of North Carolina’s Kenan-Flagler Business School. Jessica is also a CFA charterholder and a CPA.

Prior to joining SCP, Chris worked at Pamlico Capital, a middle market private equity firm, where he invested in the healthcare space through buyout and growth equity transactions and assisted in portfolio management. Chris began his career at McColl Partners (now Deloitte Corporate Finance), where he worked as an Analyst. Chris earned a BSBA with Highest Distinction from the University of North Carolina’s Kenan-Flagler Business School and a MBA from Northwestern's Kellogg School of Management.

About Sheridan Capital Partners

Sheridan Capital Partners (“SCP”) is a Chicago-based healthcare private equity firm that focuses on lower middle market buyouts and growth equity in the U.S. and Canada. SCP partners with companies that have enterprise values from $25 million to $150 million, bringing strategic resources to accelerate growth, build enduring value, and achieve strong results.

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