CHRO Moves this week include:
|SeaWorld Entertainment, Inc.||MasterCard||Ryder System, Inc.|
|Selligent||Mechanics Bank||Brinker International, Inc.|
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SeaWorld Entertainment, Inc. [ORLANDO, Fla.] (NYSE: SEAS) announced that Jack Roddy has joined the company as the new Chief Human Resources & Culture Officer. Roddy comes to SeaWorld Entertainment from Luxottica, Inc., where he served as senior vice president, human resources, for Luxottica’s Americas business. Prior to that, he was with Starbucks Coffee Company, where he was vice president, U.S. partner resources, and had previously served as director of organization development. He has also served in a variety of senior human resources and organizational development roles for companies including 24 Hour Fitness, Johnson & Johnson, Mercer Delta Consulting, Novations Consulting Group, Accenture and Covey Leadership Center.
MasterCard [PURCHASE, N.Y.] (NYSE: MA) announced the appointment of Michael Fraccaro as chief human resources officer, succeeding Ron Garrow who has been with the company for six years. Fraccaro joined MasterCard in 2012 as executive vice president of human resources for the company’s Global Products and Solutions (GP&S) business. Prior to joining MasterCard, Fraccaro was a core member of the HR leadership team at HSBC Group for nearly 12 years, based in Hong Kong. Earlier, he held senior HR positions in banking and financial services in Australia and the Middle East.
Ryder System, Inc. [MIAMI] (NYSE: R) announced it has promoted Frank Lopez to Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer. Mr. Lopez, who most recently served as Senior Vice President of Global Human Resources Operations, takes over the HR functions from Greg Greene, Executive Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer, who recently retired following a 20-year-long career with Ryder. Mr. Lopez joined Ryder in 2002 as Senior Legal Counsel. Since then, he has held a number of positions of increasing responsibility, including Assistant General Counsel, Group Director of HR and Labor Relations, and Vice President of HR.
Selligent [REDWOOD CITY, CA and BRUSSELS, BELGIUM] announced the appointment of Nathalie Parent as the company’s first Chief Talent Officer. Parent joins Selligent from SAP where she led HR for Europe, Middle East, and Africa. She was previously SVP of Human Resources for hybris Software. Before that she worked in a number of companies, such as Cognos, Corel, and hybris.
Mechanics Bank [WALNUT CREEK, Calif.] announced the appointment of Jacqueline McCormick as its Senior Vice President, and Human Resources Director. Ms. McCormick most recently served as president of DJM Consulting, Inc. Prior to that she spent 11 years at Fremont Bank, serving as Vice President, Human Resources, and three years as human resources manager at Irwin Home Equity. She also has held HR positions at several other organizations during her 20-year career.
Brinker International, Inc. [DALLAS] (NYSE: EAT) announced that Rick Badgley has been named Senior Vice President and Chief People Officer. Most recently, he served as Vice President of Talent Management and Retail for TOMS. Prior to that, Badgley served as Vice President of Global Staffing and Learning for Starbucks Corporation.
SMS Assist [CHICAGO] announced that Anne Scharm, former senior vice president of human resources for Hunt Companies, has joined the company, as chief human resources officer. Most recently, Scharm was senior vice president of human resources for Hunt Companies. Previously, she was vice president of human resources for A.M. Castle & Co. She also led organizational development for Delnor Health System (now Northwestern Medicine) and Provena Health System (now Presence Health). Before that, she was a change management and human performance consultant for Accenture.