CHRO Moves this week include:
|TETRA Technologies, Inc.||OhioHealth||Remy International, Inc.|
|Visa Inc.||FirstGroup America||Carlson|
|Colfax Corporation||Extreme Networks, Inc.||Kaydon Corporation|
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TETRA Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: TTI) announced the appointment of Elisabeth K. Evans to the position of Vice President – Human Resources. Ms. Evans will be succeeding Linden H. Price, who effected his planned retirement from the position. Her most recent position was senior vice president of human resources and corporate communications with Boardwalk Pipeline Partners, LP. Liz has also held senior management positions with AGL Resources Inc., and Accenture, Ltd.
OhioHealth announced that Johnni Beckel will take the reins of its Human Resources function as senior vice president and Chief Human Resources Officer. Beckel comes to OhioHealth most recently from KeyCorp where she served as chief human resources officer. Before that, she was senior vice president of Human Resources with Cardinal Health for six years. She led learning and leadership development for Bank of America, was senior director of global human resources and learning systems for Yum!Brands Inc., formally PepsiCo and held several HR positions of increasing responsibility at Walt Disney World Parks and Resorts.
Remy International, Inc. (NASDAQ: REMY) appointed Shawn Pallagi as Senior Vice-President and Chief Human Resources Officer. Mr. Pallagi has served as Vice President of Human Resources of the Company since he joined the Company in November 2011. Prior to that, Mr. Pallagi engaged in executive level management and human resources consulting from 2010 through 2011. Mr. Pallagi previously served in several management positions for General Motors Corporation, including Executive Director of Human Resources of Global Manufacturing and Labor Relations from 2005 through 2010.
Visa Inc. (NYSE: V) announced the appointment of Michael Ross as the Global Head of Human Resources. Mr. Ross joins Visa from HP where he was the Chief Talent and Rewards Officer. Prior to HP, Mr. Ross worked in Merrill Lynch’s Human Resources Division in New York and London. Additionally, Mr. Ross was Managing Director of Compensation & Benefits at Morgan Stanley.
FirstGroup America announced that Tim Young has joined as senior vice president of Human Resources and Labor Relations. Young comes to FGA from Duro Bay Manufacturing Co., where he was vice president of Human Resources. Prior to that role, he held various human resources leadership positions for the Sara Lee Corp., where he worked for 20 years.
Carlson announced the appointment of Cindy Rodahl as executive vice president, Human Resources and Communications. Rodahl has served as interim head since October, 2012. Prior to that, she was the interim human resources leader for Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group, Americas, from March – October, 2012. From 1991 to 2004, Rodahl served as a divisional vice president of Human Resources at Carlson Wagonlit Travel and Carlson Marketing Group. In addition to her roles at Carlson, in 2009, Rodahl was a founding partner of Tevera Consulting. From March 2005 – November 2007, Rodahl was chief family resource officer for BUCA, Inc. She also served as vice president of Human Resources and Safety for Transport Corporation of America, Inc., and 18 years with the Pillsbury Company, including positions as director of Human Resources for its international businesses and vice president of Human Resources.
Colfax Corporation (NYSE: CFX) announced that Lynn Clark has been named Senior Vice President, Global Human Resources. Bill Rothenbach, who has been serving as Colfax’s Senior Vice President, Human Resources since April 2011, has been named Senior Vice President, Human Resources for Colfax’s fluid-handling business. Lynn began her career in sales and marketing with her last role in business development at Drake Beam Morin Inc. Since then, Lynn has successfully moved from large divisional roles at Fortune 500 companies like Allied Signal, Lucent Technologies, and Bristol Myers Squibb to the Mead Johnson Corporation where she served most recently as Senior Vice President, Global Human Resources.
Extreme Networks, Inc. (NASDAQ: EXTR) announced that Gary Garber has been named Extreme Networks vice president of Talent and Culture. Garber most recently led the HR function for Avaya Government Solutions and previously served as the vice president of Talent Management for Avaya. Prior to that, he was the vice president of HR for Enterprise Solutions at Nortel Networks, where he also held various human resource and talent strategy roles over 13 year with the company.