November 10, 2017
Last week, HR Policy Executive Vice President and Center On Executive Compensation CEO Tim Bartl joined two members of the Association in being installed as Fellows of the National Academy of Human Resources, an honor considered to be the most prestigious in the field of human resources. In addition to Bartl, Peter M. Fasolo, Executive Vice President & Chief Human Resources Officer at Johnson & Johnson, and Christine M. Pambianchi, Senior Vice President, Human Resources at Corning, Inc., were given the honor. NAHR Chair Kathleen S. Barclay, retired Senior Vice President, Human Resources of The Kroger Company, said, "By election to the Academy, the members of the 2017 Class of Fellows have been acknowledged by their peers as reaching the very highest level of achievement in the Human Resources profession." Jill Smart, President of NAHR and retired Chief Human Resources Officer at Accenture, said, "Each of these human resources professionals has made sustained and exemplary contributions to their organizations, communities and the human resources profession. These new Academy fellows have played a substantial role in shaping human resource management thinking and policy." NAHR has only elected 168 Fellows of the National Academy of Human Resources since its founding in 1992. Other Fellows on the HR Policy staff include CEO Emeritus Jeff McGuiness, President & CEO Dan Yager, Executive Vice President Charlie Tharp, Senior Strategic Advisor Rich Floersch, and Senior Advisor Bill Allen.