Human resource leadership promotions and appointments.
By: | March 13, 2018 • 2 min read
Topics: HR Leadership
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Kiera Page has been appointed chief corporate human resources officer at Broward Health. Page will oversee regional management of compensation and benefits, employment, training and employee relations. She previously served as director of HR at Jackson North Medical Center.

Page earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Kean University and a master’s degree in labor and employment relations from Rutgers University.

Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. announced that Laura B. Miller will be the new senior vice president and chief human resources officer, positions she previously held at ADT Corp. Before that, Miller oversaw the human resource department at Coca-Cola Refreshments, a subsidiary of Coca-Cola Co.

Miller earned a bachelor’s degree of science in industry and labor relations from Cornell University.


Goldie Arriola has been named vice president and chief human resources officer at Bureau Veritas. In this newly created position, Arriola will lead numerous HR functions to enhance the corporate culture.

Previously, she served as the chief HR leader at Bayou Well Services and Edgen Murray.

Arriola earned a bachelor’s of science degree in technology and human resources development from the University of Houston.

Rolls-Royce recently appointed an HR outsider, Harry Holt, as director of human resources. Holt joined Rolls-Royce in 2011 after serving 25 years as an officer in the British Army. Most recently, he was the president of Rolls-Royce’s nuclear division.

In a statement, a Rolls-Royce spokesperson said Holt “has a strong track record of leadership, from his distinguished military career and his years with Rolls-Royce. He will bring all that experience to bear to our HR function.”


Yvonne Cowser Yancy has been named senior vice president and chief human resources officer of Fresh Market Inc. She will handle field and home-office HR and benefit functions, including talent acquisition, organizational design and development, training, compensation, and health and wellness.

Yancy previously managed HR for the city of Atlanta, serving 8,500 employees and 5,000 retirees.

She earned a bachelor’s degree in economics from Northwestern University and a master’s degree in business administration in employee relations from Georgia State University.

Kirk Thor recently joined Integer Holdings Corp. as executive vice president and chief human resources officer. In this role, Thor will manage the company’s HR and communications functions and serve on the executive-leadership team.

Thor previously worked at Flowserve Corp. as vice president of global talent management and organizational effectiveness. He has also held leadership roles at J.C. Penney, Disney World and the Army Research Institute.

He earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology and sociology from Weber State University and master’s and doctorate degrees in industrial/organizational psychology from George Mason University.

Danielle Westermann King is a former staff writer for HRE.

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