CHRO Moves this week include:
|InVivo Therapeutics Holdings Corp.||Echo Global Logistics, Inc.|
|Law Offices of Elizabeth R. Wellborn, PA||Stallion Oilfield Holdings, Inc.|
|University of Chicago||SAIC|
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InVivo Therapeutics Holdings Corp. announced that Kenneth DiPietro, Executive Vice President Human Resources at Biogen Idec, has joined InVivo’s Board of Directors. DiPietro has also been appointed as Chair of the Board’s Governance, Nominating and Compensation committee.
Echo Global Logistics, Inc. (NASDAQ: ECHO) announced the appointment of Julie Knudson to the role of Senior Vice President of Human Resources. Ms. Knudson previously led human resources for DigitalGlobe. Prior to her time with DigitalGlobe, Ms. Knudson served with the William J. Clinton Foundation in Rwanda. She also has senior HR leadership experience at a variety of service and technology firms, including YesMail, Accenture, Navitaire, and Peterson Consulting.
The Law Offices of Elizabeth R. Wellborn, PA announced that Stephanie “Chloe” Bedenbaugh has been named vice president of human resources. Most recently, she served as director of human capital for PRIZIM Inc., an environmental sustainability firm near Washington, DC.
Stallion Oilfield Holdings, Inc. announced the promotion of Jay Survant, formerly Director of Human Resources, to Vice President of Human Resources. Before joining Stallion in 2006, Mr. Survant served as Director of Human Resources & Organizational Development for Talent Tree Crystal, Inc., and prior to that he was with Accenture from 1998 to 2003.
University of Chicago announced that Rich Iorio, managing director and market leader for Towers Watson in Chicago, will join the University on January 14, 2013, as vice president and chief human resource officer. Iorio succeeds Gwynne Dilday, who is retiring in January 2013 after seven years as associate vice president for Human Resource Services. In his 24-year career at Towers Watson and its predecessor Towers Perrin, Iorio has held a number of practice and business leadership roles.
SAIC announced that Sarah Allen will be appointed executive vice president for HR for the company, replacing Brian Keenan, who will lead the function for the government technical services and enterprise information technology (IT) business.