CHRO Moves this week include:
|Assurant, Inc.||Trax Technologies, Inc.||Innotrac Corporation|
|SAVO Group||Essence||The Cleveland Clinic|
|Oakwood Worldwide||Cummins Inc.||Crane Aerospace & Electronics|
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Assurant, Inc. (NYSE: AIZ) announced Robyn Price Stonehill as executive vice president, chief human resources officer and member of the company’s management committee. She succeeds Sylvia R. Wagner who will retire this year following a distinguished 40-year career with the company. Price Stonehill previously served as senior vice president, compensation, benefits and shared services at Assurant since 2011. Prior to joining Assurant in 1999, Price Stonehill advised clients on benefits and retirement matters at Arthur Andersen and KPMG.
Trax Technologies, Inc. has appointed Robert (Bob) Neeser to serve in the newly created global role of chief talent officer. Neeser most recently served as vice president of sales for the Americas region at Trax. Before joining Trax he was senior vice president of sales and marketing for the Evogi Group. Prior to Evogi he was vice president of sales for customer relationship management (or CRM) software products at Sage North America. Neeser also spent two years as President of TopLine Strategies. Earlier, he spent several years working in training and development.
Innotrac Corporation announced that Mesale Solomon has joined the company as Senior Vice President of Human Resources. Since 2008, she served in various leadership roles for Fortune 500 Avis Budget Group, most recently leading talent acquisition and diversity efforts for the North American region.
SAVO Group welcomes Tracy McCarthy as its executive vice president of human resources. Prior to SAVO, McCarthy served as the chief human resource officer for Chicago-based SilkRoad. She also held human resource leadership positions with a variety of organizations, including Collections, Inc. (now Winston Brands), Lakeview Technology (now Vision Solutions), Corporate Express and Dayton-Hudson Corporation (now Target Corporation).
Essence announced the appointment of Claire St Louis as global chief people officer. Claire St Louis has been a partner at Essence since 2013. Prior to joining the agency full-time, St Louis was a consultant for the company. She has more than 25 years of experience in this function — the last 15 specializing in companies focused on creative, public relations and media.
The Cleveland Clinic has named Joseph Cabral as its new Chief Human Resources Officer. He will begin the new position Sept. 2. The position is currently filled on an interim basis by Paul Monahan, who took over in December when former CHRO Joseph Patrnchak left the system after six years. Cabral has served as Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer for the North Shore-LIJ system for the past 10 years. Cabral has also worked for Children’s Hospital in Boston, taught Human Resources Management as an adjunct professor at the University of Massachusetts in Boston and was recruited to work at New York Presbyterian Hospital before working at North Shore-LIJ.
Oakwood Worldwidehas appointed Philip Young as vice president, chief human resources officer (CHRO). Prior to joining Oakwood Worldwide®, he was vice president, HR for Castle & Cooke, Inc. Young has also held positions at Environmental Industries, Inc., ABEX/NWL Aerospace and McDonnell Douglas Corporation.
Cummins Inc. (NYSE: CMI) named Mark Osowick as Vice President – Human Resources Operations. Osowick has been with Cummins since 1993 and has held various HR positions within the company. Most recently, Osowick was Executive Director – Components Business. Prior to that he led the talent management function of the Company. Osowick also served as Executive Director – Human Resources for the Engine Business.
Crane Aerospace & Electronics, a segment of Crane Co. (NYSE: CR), has announced the appointment of Mark Rohricht as Vice President of Human Resources of the Electronics Group of Crane Aerospace & Electronics. Rohricht has been with Healthways for the last ten years serving two primary roles: the Vice President of Leadership & Organizational Development as well as the Vice President, International Human Resources. Prior to Healthways, Rohricht worked in various leadership roles at Kimberly-Clark Corporation including leading HR for one of K-C’s larger manufacturing sites.