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|BRP Group, Inc.||Avalara, Inc.||The Recording Academy®|
|Scientific Games Corporation||Smarsh|
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Avalara, Inc. [SEATTLE] (NYSE: AVLR) announced the appointment of Kathleen Weslock as its new chief human resources officer. She has overseen human resources for companies including Cisco, Deloitte, FIS (formerly SunGard Data Systems), and more. Weslock comes to Avalara from Livent, where she served as the chief human resources officer.
The Recording Academy® [SANTA MONICA, Calif.] announced the promotion of Shonda Grant to Chief People & Culture Officer. Before joining the Academy, she held various human resources roles in the technology and telecommunications industries.
Scientific Games Corporation [LAS VEGAS] (NASDAQ: SGMS) announced that Eileen Moore Johnson will join the Company as Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer. Moore Johnson joins Scientific Games from Caesars Entertainment where she served as Regional President of The Cromwell, Flamingo, Harrah’s and The LINQ resorts. During her career with Caesars, she also held leadership roles at Horseshoe Southern Indiana and Harrah’s New Orleans.
Smarsh® [PORTLAND, Ore.] announced the promotion of Suzanne Rudnitzki to Chief Operating Officer (COO). Rudnitzki joined Smarsh in 2018 as the company’s first Chief People Officer. In her new role, she leads the organization’s Legal and Information Security, Human Resources, Management Information Systems, Diversity and Inclusion, and Facilities teams. Prior to joining Smarsh, Rudnitzki was the Chief Human Resources Officer and Senior Vice President of Human Resources at Telecare Corporation, she previously worked as a consultant for Xerox, facilitated leadership training for Procter & Gamble, and developed HR training curricula for clients including Nissan, General Motors, Herman Miller and Magna International.