On The Go v2.04

On January 22, 2010, in HRExaminer, The Go/The-Know, by John Sumser

On The Go v2.04

On the Go, career moves charted on HRExaminer.com

On the Go, career moves charted on HRExaminer.com

Watching the careers of HR Executives for clues

  • Arne Boudewyn joined the Wells Fargo Family Dynamics team as a family wealth consultant. Shewill engage with families to promote communication and financial literacy for future generations, and assist with clarifying family values and legacies for sustainable wealth. Previously, Boudewyn was vice president for Wells Fargo Corporate Human Resources, responsible for managing various human resource customer service and consulting groups. Prior to joining Wells Fargo in 2003, he served as regional manager for Kaiser Permanente’s behavioral health education program.
  • Constellation Energy Group Inc. appointed Jason Mullens as vice president of human resources for its merchant energy subsidiary, Constellation Energy Resources. In this role, Mullens will be responsible for leading the integrated human resources capability for the merchant organization of Constellation Energy. Most recently, Mullens served as senior vice president, west consumer division and national customer experience human resources executive at Bank of America. In this role, he was responsible for leading a team focused on delivering end-to-end human resource solutions for an approximately 30,000-person, multi-billion dollar retail banking operation for the western United States.
  • Gary Dodds, is the new regional vice president of human resources for the Middle East & Africa for Marriott International. Previously, he was vice president of human resources for the United Kingdom & the Middle East & Africa based in London. During his tenure in that post, the region was awarded the prestigious Investors in People Award for 60 Marriott UK hotels in 2006 and ranked fourth in the highly-coveted “all industries” UK Sunday Times “Best 100 Companies” Award in 2009. Over the course of his career, Mr. Dodds has lived and worked in Europe, the Middle East, Asia Pacific and North America and is active in numerous industry and human resource groups.
  • Alan Dreher joined AirTran Airways as director of corporate security, a newly created position. Reporting to Loral Blinde, senior vice president of human resources and administration, Dreher will oversee corporate security and compliance with all federal security regulations for AirTran Airways and will be based in Atlanta. Dreher, a native of California, brings more than 30 years of law enforcement, intelligence and security experience to AirTran Airways. He most recently worked for the Atlanta Police Department where he served as assistant chief of police and was appointed by former mayor Shirley Franklin and Chief Richard Pennington. In this role, Dreher was responsible for managing the daily operations of the police department, including operations at the world’s busiest airport, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. He also established the department’s first homeland security unit and served as the chairman of the city of Atlanta’s Homeland Security Council. While with the department, Dreher also oversaw security and law enforcement operations for several high-profile events, including the NBA All-Star game, Coretta Scott-King’s funeral and the SEC football championships.
  • Natalie Estrella is now vice president of human resources at Noven Pharmaceuticals, a specialty pharmaceutical company. Estrella’s professional career spans nearly 30 years, including 14 years with the Johnson & Johnson companies, where she served as director of worldwide human resources for DePuy Mitek, as vice president of human resources for The Spectacle Lens Group, as director of human resources for Ortho-Clinical Diagnostics.
  • Dana I. Green was promoted from senior vice president to executive vice president and general counsel at Walgreen’s. Green, 60, joined Walgreens in 1974 as an attorney in employee relations and was promoted to director and, in 1998, divisional vice president of that department. She became corporate vice president of human resources in 2000, then senior vice president of human resources four years later. Green was named Walgreens general counsel in 2005. She earned a bachelor’s degree in English and a law degree from Indiana University in Bloomington, Ind., and a master’s of law in taxation from DePaul University, Chicago.


 
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