Human resource leadership promotions and appointments.
By: | June 4, 2018 • 3 min read
Topics: HR Leadership
Businessman climbing the corporate ladder of success

Microsoft Corp. appointed Lindsay-Rae McIntyre as its chief diversity officer. McIntyre will manage all internal diversity and inclusion efforts, as well as be responsible for forming partnerships to promote diversity and inclusion in tech.

Prior to joining Microsoft, McIntyre worked at IBM, most recently as its chief diversity officer and vice president of HR.

She earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and an MBA from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University.

Linda Boff was recently named vice president of learning and culture at General Electric, where she also serves as chief marketing officer. In the new role, she will oversee all learning and development for GE’s 300,000 employees worldwide. Additionally, she will manage Crotonville, the company’s management-development institute in New York that was founded in 1956 as the world’s first corporate university.


Boff has worked at GE since 2004. She previously worked at CitiGroup, the American Museum of Natural History and Porter Novelli as an advertising, communications and marketing professional.

Boff received a bachelor’s degree in political science and psychology from Union College.

Bo Young Lee has been hired as chief diversity and inclusion officer at Uber. In this newly created role, Lee will work to build a more diverse and inclusive culture at the company.

Prior to joining Uber, Lee served as global diversity and inclusion officer at Marsh and Guy Carpenter. She has also held diversity and inclusion leadership roles at Aon and EY.

Lee earned a bachelor’s degree in organizational behavior and economics from the Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan. She also earned an MBA in management and social entrepreneurship from the Leonard N. Stern School of Business at New York University.


Kimberly Brycz accepted a position as senior vice president of global HR at General Motors. Brycz has been with GM since 1983, holding numerous positions in its global-purchasing organization, including executive director of global product purchasing.

Brycz sits on the boards of two GM employee-resource groups. In 2010 and 2015, Automotive News named her one of the 100 leading women in the North American auto industry.

Brycz received a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Michigan State University.

Danielle Westermann King is a former staff writer for HRE.