20 national leaders named on HRD Global 100

Twenty leaders in the Canadian HR space have been recognized on HRD’s inaugural Global 100 – the definitive list of the best and brightest people practitioners of 2020

20 national leaders named on HRD Global 100

Twenty leaders in the Canadian HR space have been recognized on HRD’s inaugural Global 100 – the definitive list of the best and brightest people practitioners of 2020.

Featuring leaders from a variety of sectors, specialities and regions, HRD Global 100 celebrates the very best our industry has to offer. From CHROs to university professors, this list is a tribute to those dedicated and passionate individuals who champion HR every day.

The 20 individuals who made our Global 100 list year are:

  • Lynn Oldfield, AIG Canada
  • Chris Taylor, Best Buy Canada
  • Lyne Parent-Garvey, Hydro Ottawa
  • Beth Tyndall, Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan
  • Katherine Faichnie, IBM Canada
  • Alexis Corbett, Bank of Canada
  • Mark Porter, WestJet
  • Dr. Melanie Peacock, Mount Royal University
  • Paul Gardner, Suncor
  • Helena Gottschling, RBC
  • Bernard le Duc, BCE
  • Tara Williams, Mattamy Homes
  • Jim Reid, Rogers Communications
  • Carolyn Byer, Microsoft Canada
  • Lorne Rubis, NorQuest College
  • David Neilly, Hatch
  • Kim Toews, HSBC Bank Canada
  • Angela Champ, Prospera Credit Union
  • Zabeen Hirji, Deloitte

See the full list here.

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