CHRO Moves this week include:
|New York Life||Clarabridge, Inc.||Citrus Valley Health Partners|
|Washington Trust||Omnicare, Inc.|
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New York Life announced that Hy Pomerance has been elected a senior vice president of the company and promoted to chief human resources officer. Mr. Pomerance was previously chief talent officer. Mr. Pomerance joined New York Life in 2009 as a first vice president and head of Talent Development, and in 2010 he became chief talent officer. Prior to joining New York Life, Mr. Pomerance held multiple roles of increasing responsibility at various companies, including UBS Investment Bank as managing director – global head of talent management and also executive director – head of learning and development.
Clarabridge, Inc. announced that it has appointed Emily Markmann as Vice President of Human Resources. Markmann was previously the Vice President of Human Resources and Business Partners for the Health Solutions division of General Dynamics Information Technology.
Washington Trust announced that Kristen L. DiSanto has been appointed Executive Vice President of Human Resources. DiSanto joined Washington Trust in 1994, and most recently served as Senior Vice President.
Omnicare, Inc. (NYSE: OCR) announced Kirsten Marriner has been appointed Senior Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer. For nearly the past ten years, she served in variety of progressive leadership roles for Fifth Third Bank, most recently as Senior Vice President, Director of Talent Management and Development. During her tenure, Ms. Marriner also held key leadership positions including Director of Divisional Human Resources and Director of Compensation and Performance Management. Prior to joining Fifth Third Bank, Ms. Marriner served in an HR leadership role for KeyCorp and performed consulting work for both Deloitte and KPMG.