The latest HRO Today HR Superstars list shows the future is bright, with eight Cielo clients and leaders receiving recognition. Nominated externally, the list celebrates innovative leadership that’s driving the industry forward and includes:
- Mark Farrell – Executive Director, Talent Delivery at Froedtert
- Christina Holmer – Director, Talent Acquisition at Walgreens
- Cecilia McKenney – Senior Vice President & Chief Human Resource Officer at Quest Diagnostics
- Molly Thiel – Chief Human Resource Officer
- Josh Needle – Managing Director – Life Sciences
- Marissa Geist – CEO
- Diane Fleischmann – Vice President – Operations
- Sue Marks – Founder and Board Member
“It’s inspiring how each of these individuals is always finding creative ways to meet the needs of employees and their business – and it’s high praise to be named among them,” said CEO Marissa Geist. “To have both Cielo partners and leadership as HR Superstars is proof of the exceptional, transformative work that we’re doing to illuminate talent globally.”
The superstars were nominated evaluated across three categories of HR leadership: Providers, Practitioners, and Thought Leaders.
From HRO Today:
“2022 was a year riddled by trials and transitions. As leaders around the globe gratefully ushered out the worst of the pandemic, they were then met with economic quarrels like inflation, mass layoffs, a continued talent shortage, and an impending recession – all of which posed a great threat to their organization’s stability.
But amidst distress, our 2022 HRO Today HR Superstars rose to the challenge of guiding workforces through fickle times. Unequivocally, they redesigned strategies, adopted cutting-edge technologies, and remained agile to meet current and future needs. It is because of them that their companies and industries were able to maneuver quickly and successfully into a new normal.
The HRO Today HR Superstars list acknowledges HR leaders who have gone above and beyond to support their teams and the health, well-being and career progression of their employees.”