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GlobalLogic hires Silicon Valley veteran as Chief People Officer

By Christian Wylonis
GlobalLogic
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GlobalLogic announced that Amy Hanlon-Rodemich has joined the company as Chief People Officer (CPO). Hanlon-Rodemich has help pivotal HR positions at some of the most well-known Silicon Valley brands. Prior to GlobalLogic, she was Vice President of Human Resources at Synopsys and before that she was responsible for key HR functions at Yahoo! including technical and leadership training, organizational development, and all global employee services.

As Chief People Officer, Hanlon-Rodemich will be responsible for all of GlobalLogic’s HR functions globally. She replaces Bonnie Helton, who is set to retire this year after four years of dedicated service as GlobalLogic’s Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO).

“As a services company, GlobalLogic’s success hinges on the quality, dedication, and drive of its people. To that end, the CPO role is absolutely vital,” said Shashank Samant, CEO, GlobalLogic. “We are thankful to Bonnie Helton for the many fantastic contributions she made in creating an amazing HR function at GlobalLogic — and we’re very excited to have Amy Hanlon-Rodemich on board to take our program to the next level. Amy’s experience promises a fresh and innovative perspective, which is invaluable at this juncture of our growth.”

Check out GlobalLogic's updated org chart here.

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