CHRO Moves this week include:
|Nintendo of America||Plantronics||Publicis Touchpoint Solutions, Inc.|
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Nintendo of America announced the hiring of Robyn Corr as its new vice president of Human Resources. Corr comes to Nintendo from Starbucks Coffee Company, where she has worked since 1998, most recently as vice president of Partner Resources. Prior to Starbucks, Corr held HR positions at Texaco Refining & Marketing Inc.
Plantronics (NYSE: PLT) announced that Susan Lovegren has joined the company as senior vice president of Human Resources. Lovegren joins Plantronics after seven years at Juniper Networks where she most recently served as a corporate vice president leading the company’s Global Business Aligned Human Resources team, which primarily served the executive leadership team at the company. Prior to Juniper, Lovegren held several HR roles at Agilent technologies focused on building leadership capability within the company’s finance and legal organizations. Lovegren started her career at Hewlett-Packard, spending 16 years in various HR roles supporting a number of different businesses across the organization.
Publicis Touchpoint Solutions, Inc. announced that Andrew Adams recently joined the organization as Senior Vice President, HR and Recruiting. Publicis Touchpoint Solutions is a division of Publicis Healthcare Communications Group. Mr. Adams joins Touchpoint from Pfizer where he served as Vice President, Human Resources, and previously held the position of Chief Human Resources Officer at Geneva Global, Inc. His career history also includes Director, Global Functions Human Resources Operations for Hewlett-Packard, as well as Assistant Vice President, University Relations Staffing for Cigna.
ARC announced the selection of Helena Light Hadley as vice president and chief human resources officer. Hadley comes to ARC from Rolls-Royce. Hadley began her career at Marriott International as director of training and development, eventually rising to vice president of staffing and development. She then moved to Invensys, PLC, a global technology company headquartered in London as its vice president of global learning and development. Hadley has also led employee development efforts at Constellation Energy, Honeywell, and FINRA, where she held the post of vice president of Organization and Talent Management and interim head of human resources. At Rolls-Royce, Hadley lead the Talent Management and Organizational Development Practice for the company’s Global Defense Sector and North American Region.