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Accenture (NYSE: ACN) announced the appointment of Ellyn Shook as chief human resources officer, effective March 1, 2014. She succeeds Jill B. Smart, who will step down after serving as chief human resources officer for the past nine years. Ms. Smart will retire from Accenture on Aug. 31, 2014. Shook is currently senior managing director – Human Resources and head of Accenture’s Human Resources Centers of Expertise, leading the company’s human resources strategies and programs globally. In her new position, Ms. Shook will join the company’s Global Management Committee.
NVIDIA announced that it has named David Shannon, who serves as general counsel and executive vice president of Human Resources, to the newly created role of chief administrative officer. Shannon joined NVIDIA 11 years ago, after serving nine years at Intel, where he held the position of vice president and assistant general counsel. Shannon also practiced for eight years at the law firm of Gibson Dunn and Crutcher.
ChannelAdvisor (NYSE: ECOM) announced the appointment of Judith Barnett as vice president of human resources. Barnett previously served as vice president of global human resources for eight years at Tekelec. Prior to joining Tekelec in 2006, Barnett served in various human resources roles at Nortel for 20 years.
Peptineo announced that Kimberley Beauford has joined as its new vice president of human capital. Beauford started her professional Human Resources career with PricewaterhouseCoopers in Houston, Texas. In 2011, she became the HR Director for one of the most recognized Long-Term Healthcare Centers in NY.
HORAN welcomes Diana Small as their new Vice President of Human Resources. Before joining HORAN, Diana provided HR Leadership and Support for Fortune 500 organizations within various industries including Pharmacy, Manufacturing, Gas & Electric Utilities, Banking, Airline and Information Technology. Ms. Small is replacing Mary Ann Weber who is retiring this spring after serving HORAN for 11 years.