HR Administration

People Moves: May 2016

By Staff Report

Apr. 26, 2016

Mark GreenMark Green People May 2016

Corporate health consultancy Accolade named Mark Green as head of diversity and inclusion. Green has worked in the diversity and inclusion field since 2000 at a variety of companies, including W.W. Grainger Inc., Miller Brewing Co. and most recently AbbVie. Green earned his undergraduate and MBA degrees at the University of Notre Dame, where he was a running back on the 1988 national championship team. After college, he was selected in the 1989 NFL draft by the Chicago Bears.

 


Frank Vitale

Frank Vitale People May 2016Engineering firm KeyLogic Systems Inc. named Frank Vitale as chief human resources officer. Vitale will lead all HR resource functions. He previously was with Clear Mountain Bank as senior vice president of its Private Banking Group. He’s a graduate of the U.S. Army’s Academy of Health Sciences.

 

 

 

 


Mary Freer Mary Freer People May 2016

Alcott HR named Mary Freer as director of human resources, western New York division. Before joining Alcott, Freer was with ROI HR Consulting Benefit Brokers of Western New York.

 

 

 

 


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