Introducing The New Chief People Officer of Hearst Magazines, Adwoa Dadzie

Introducing The New Chief People Officer of Hearst Magazines, Adwoa Dadzie

Adwoa Dadzie, The New Chief People Officer of Hearst Magazines

Hearst Magazines announced that Adwoa Dadzie has been named chief people officer, overseeing the division's people and culture department, which comprises the HR business partner, people operations and talent acquisition teams. The announcement was made by Hearst Magazines President Debi Chirichella.

“Adwoa is an accomplished HR leader who brings extensive experience in full-cycle HR functions to her new role,” Chirichella said. “Her expertise in employee engagement, talent acquisition, diversity and inclusion and wellness will further strengthen our workplace environment.”

In 2007, Dadzie joined the human resources team at PepsiCo, gaining valuable knowledge in the consumer product industry, before joining Nestlé USA and later Nestlé Waters, where she held several senior-level human resources roles.

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Strategic, consistently high performing HR Leader with extensive experience in full cycle HR functions including but not limited to Diversity & Inclusion, wellness, compensation design and analysis, organizational culture, employee relations, labor awareness and negotiations, organizational design, change management talent development and talent acquisition. Highly experienced at developing and implementing initiatives that increase workplace productivity and employee engagement.

Follow Adwoa Dadzie On Instagram: @adwoadadzie Facebook: Adwoa Dadzie - Career Strategist and LinkedIn: Adwoa Dadzie

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