Vicky Maxwell Davies


Vicky Maxwell Davies

Managing Partner & Co-Head of Digital & Technology Leaders Practice at Savannah Group

As a Partner and CIO executive search consultant, Vicky specialises in executive and senior management appointments with an emphasis on IT, Cybersecurity and Digital leadership roles. Vicky is one of the three founding partners of Savannah Group and co-heads the CIO practice, where she recruits CIOs, CTOs, CDOs, CISOs and their top teams for a wide variety of clients, both large and small across multiple industry sectors. In addition, Vicky provides management assessment of senior executives and teams. As a headhunter, Vicky works with major organisations, public companies, privately owned and equity backed businesses both domestically and internationally.

Vicky’s whole career has been spent in technology. She spent 10 years with IBM, before joining Oracle, where she had a successful career in the City of London. After moving to executive search, Vicky has achieved significant success over the past 20 years recruiting within the IT function and managing global executive search mandates on a wide range of senior IT leadership roles.

Clients turn to Vicky when they require senior IT, Cybersecurity and Digital leaders including CIOs, CTOs, CISOs, CDOs, IT Directors and VPs of IT.

Alongside direct client work, Vicky’s remit is to develop the IT practice internationally and to grow our IT recruitment team to mirror the extensive coverage and success that we enjoy across our other corporate functions, executive search and interim management practices.

Specialities include: CIO recruitment, CTO Executive search, IT director executive search, CISO executive search, CDO recruitment, group CIO recruitment. Clients often find Vicky when searching for: CDO recruiter, CTO Headhunter, IT director, CIO head-hunter or CISO search consultant.

Vicky was educated at the North London Collegiate School, University of Sussex and the Sorbonne and has a degree in French Studies. Vicky is a keen cyclist and reader – although not at the same time.