CHRO Moves this week include:
|Nubank||Northrop Grumman Corporation||Caesars Entertainment Corporation|
|The Securities and Exchange Commission||Liberty Lending|
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Nubank [São Paulo, Brazil] recently hired Renee Mauldin as Chief People Officer. Most recently, Renee served as CHRO at Twitter Inc. as well as Head of People and Places at Uber Technologies. Prior to joining Uber, Renee led the Human Resource Business Partner team at Google for the Ads and Finance teams. Previously Renee worked at Capital One where she was part of the Mergers & Acquisitions group, as well as the human resources leader for several business units.
Northrop Grumman Corporation [FALLS CHURCH, Va.] (NYSE: NOC) announced that it appointed Ann Addison as corporate vice president and chief human resources officer, effective Jan. 1, 2019. Addison will succeed Denise Peppard, who has announced her intention to retire in March 2019. Addison joins Northrop Grumman from Leidos, where she was executive vice president and chief human resources officer. Addison will join Northrop Grumman on Oct. 22, 2018 in a transitional role as corporate vice president.
Caesars Entertainment Corporation [LAS VEGAS] (NASDAQ: CZR) announced the appointment of Monica S. Digilio as Executive Vice President & Chief Human Resources Officer. Ms. Digilio joins Caesars from Montage Hotels and Resorts where she has served in the same capacity since 2012. In addition to her leadership role at Montage, Ms. Digilio spent 12 years as Executive Vice President for Global Human Resources for Kerzner International. Prior to that, she served for ten years at ITT Sheraton Corporation where she held several roles, including Vice President, Human Resources, North America and Franchise Divisions.
The Securities and Exchange Commission [Washington D.C.] announced that Lacey Dingman, the Chief Human Capital Officer (CHCO) and Director of the Office of Human Resources (OHR), will leave the agency at the end of September. With Ms. Dingman’s departure, James “Jamey” McNamara will serve as the Acting Chief Human Capital Officer. Mr. McNamara has served as Deputy Chief Human Capital Officer since July 2014. Prior to joining the Office of Human Resources, Mr. McNamara was the Managing Executive for the SEC’s Division of Trading and Markets. He earlier served in several leadership roles in the SEC’s Office of Financial Management and Division of Trading and Markets. Mr. McNamara began his federal career at the U.S. Department of Justice, where he held positions in human resources management and budget formulation in Justice Department’s Civil Division.
Liberty Lending [NEW YORK] announced the appointment of Glenn Shuster as Vice President of Human Resources. Most recently, Glenn served as Vice President of Human Resources for Quorum FCU. Glenn has over 20 years of experience in a diverse range of industries including retail, technology, and hospitality.