CHRO Moves this week include:
|Twilio||Danforth Advisors, LLC||Zebra Technologies Corporation|
|FLIR Systems, Inc.||Momentive Performance Materials||Commvault|
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Twilio [SAN FRANCISCO] (NYSE: TWLO) announced that Christy Lake is joining the company as its Chief People Officer. Most recently, Lake was the Senior Vice President and Chief People Officer at Box. Lake held human resources leadership positions at Medallia, HP Software, and The Home Depot. Lake also an advisor to PeopleTechPartners and sits on the board of Petco.
Danforth Advisors, LLC [WALTHAM, Mass.] announced the appointment of Valeria Escobari as the company’s first Chief People Officer. Escobari previously spent ten years at The Boston Consulting Group, where she most recently served as Consulting Team Talent Manager.
Zebra Technologies Corporation [LINCOLNSHIRE, Ill.] (NASDAQ: ZBRA) announced the appointment of Holly Tyson as Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO), effective April 20. Tyson succeeds Mike Terzich who is leaving the organization after a successful 28-year tenure at Zebra, holding a multitude of leadership roles across the business, most recently serving as Chief Administrative Officer. Most recently, Tyson served as CHRO for DICK’S Sporting Goods.
FLIR Systems, Inc. [ARLINGTON, Va.] (NASDAQ: FLIR) announced that Paula M. Cooney has been named Senior Vice President, Chief Human Resources (HR) Officer. Cooney joins FLIR from H.B. Fuller Company, where she worked for a decade and held multiple roles in HR leadership. Most recently serving as Vice President, Human Resources and Communications, Prior to H.B. Fuller, Cooney spent 13 years at Intel Corporation, where she served in various human resources roles with increasing responsibility.
Momentive Performance Materials [WATERFORD, N.Y.] announced that Amy Bianchi assumes the Senior Vice President & Chief Human Resources Officer role vacated by Susan Walden‘s retirement. Bianchi joined Momentive in 2011 and has held various roles, including Vice President, Global Talent Management and Organization Design and Director, Global HR Operations. Prior to Momentive, Amy held various HR leadership roles for both private and public sector organizations.
Commvault [TINTON FALLS, N.J.] (NASDAQ: CVLT) announced that it has named Martha Delehanty as its new chief people officer (CPO). Most recently Delehanty was senior vice president, human resources at Verizon.