HR Administration

People Moves: June 2015

By Staff Report

May. 26, 2015

Bryan PowerBryan Power May 2015

Yahoo Inc. named Bryan Power as senior vice president of human resources reporting directly to CEO Marissa Mayer. Power most recently led people operations at Square Inc., where he was responsible for scaling the company as it grew its presence globally. Before Square, Power spent many years at Google Inc., where he led and managed teams around the world.



Cynthia Marshall

Cynthia Marshall May 2015AT&T Inc. announced that Cynthia Marshall, senior vice president of human resources, will also become chief diversity officer. Marshall will continue her work providing HR support for AT&T employees. Marshall has more than 30 years of telecommunications experience. She joined Pacific Bell Telephone Co. in 1981 and was named senior vice president of HR in December 2012.



Cher MurphyCher Murphy May 2015

Executive search firm Allegis Partners named Cher Murphy as managing director, global human resources practice. Murphy previously was a partner at Hanold Associates, a boutique search firm. She also was vice president of talent acquisition and strategy at Cole Capital. 




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