HR Administration

People Moves, July 2014

By Staff Report

Jun. 30, 2014

Brian Klepper

Brian Klepper, July 2014The National Business Coalition on Health appointed Brian Klepper as CEO. Klepper, a longtime health care analyst and entrepreneur, has been involved in a wide range of health care activities. Most recently, he was chief development officer of WeCare TLC, a Lake Mary, Florida-based work-site clinic and medical management firm. He succeeds Andrew Webber, who resigned from the NBCH last year.


D. Sangeeta

D. Sangeeta, July 2014Nielsen Holdings appointed D. Sangeeta to the role of chief diversity officer. Sangeeta will be responsible for ensuring that Nielsen, which provides information about what consumers watch and buy, aids innovation by using diversity as a competitive advantage. She previously served as the executive sponsor of the Asian American Advisory Council at Nielsen.


Nathan ChristensenNATHAN CHRISTENSEN, June 2014

HRAnswerLink named Nathan Christensen as president and co-CEO. Christensen comes to HRAnswerLink, a Portland, Oregon-based HR technology company, from the law firm Perkins Coie. Christensen has also been recognized by theSuper Lawyers publication as a “Rising Star.”

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