CHRO Moves this week include:
|Chrysler Group LLC||Cox Communications||Associated Bank|
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Chrysler Group LLC announced that after 35 years with the Company, Nancy Rae has elected to retire. With Rae’s announcement, Chrysler Group appointed Michael Keegan Senior Vice President of Human Resources. Keegan will continue in his role as Senior Vice President Supply Chain Management until a replacement is named at a later date. He will continue to serve as the Company’s Corporate Sustainability Officer and will be a member of the Group Executive Council for Fiat S.p.A. Prior to his current position, Keegan served as Vice President – Volume Planning and Sales Operations. He joined Chrysler in 1990 and has held positions of increasing responsibility in the treasury, finance and sales departments. The changes are effective January 1, 2014.
Cox Communications announced that it has named Vonya Alleyne as Market Vice President for Cox Communications for Roanoke Operations. Alleyne currently serves as Vice President, Human Resources for Cox Virginia. She will continue this role in addition to her new responsibilities in Roanoke. Alleyne joined Cox in 2007 as Director of Human Resources for Cox’s Northern Virginia operation. In 2010, she took on a focused senior leadership role as statewide Human Resources Director for recruitment and retention. Since 2012, Alleyne has served as Vice President of Human Resources.
Associated Bank announced that Rachel Juley has joined as vice president, human resources business partner. Previously Juley served as talent acquisition specialist with Ameriprise Auto & Home Insurance.
WinnCompanies announced that Alessandra de Vaca has been hired as senior vice president of human resources and training. De Vaca most recently served as chief administrative officer for Hebrew Senior Life, where she oversaw the company double in size during her 11 year tenure. Before that, de Vaca held positions at Saint Elizabeth’s Hospital, the New England Shrimp Company, MASCO, Ziff-Davis Inc. and Neighborhood Health Plan.