Human resource leadership promotions and appointments.
By: | August 31, 2018 • 2 min read
Topics: HR Leadership
Businessman climbing the corporate ladder of success

Paulette Alviti recently accepted the role of CHRO at Mondeléz International. In this role, she’ll oversee all global HR functions, including talent and change management, diversity and inclusion, leadership team development and capability building.

Before joining the confectionery, food and beverage company, Alviti served as CHRO at Footlocker for five years. Prior to Footlocker, she held various senior leadership positions at PepsiCo and the Pepsi Bottling Co.

Alviti has a bachelor’s degree in business management from the University of Connecticut School of Business and a master’s in business administration from Pace University’s Lubin School of business.

Phenom People recently appointed Brad Goldoor as its first chief people officer. He will focus on employee engagement, company culture, and leadership and talent management. Goldoor co-founded Phenom People in 2010 and has held numerous positions since its inception.


Prior to co-founding the company, Goldoor worked at CareerBuilder and Gannet Co. Inc. as a sales director. He is the co-founder of SnipSnap, an app that scans paper coupons to a mobile device.

H&R Block has announced Tiffany Scalzitti Monroe as its chief people officer. In this role, she will be responsible for all HR functions, including organizational and performance management, and talent development.

Monroe most recently worked as the chief HR officer at U.S. Foods and previously spent 15 years at Target Corp., where she served in numerous leadership positions.

Monroe has a bachelor’s degree from Indiana University and a juris doctor degree from Pepperdine University School of Law.

National labor and employment law firm Fisher Phillips has promoted partner Regina A. Petty to chief diversity officer—a new role at the firm. Petty will lead the organization’s diversity and inclusion efforts, advise private and public employers on workplace issues and continue to practice state and federal trial and appellate law.


Before coming to Fisher Phillips, Petty was a partner at Wilson, Petty, Kosmo and Turner. She has received the Earl B. Gilliam Bar Association’s Thurgood Marshall Award and the San Diego County Bar Association’s Diversity Award.

Petty earned her bachelor’s degree in economics from Stanford University and her juris doctor degree from Stanford Law School.

Danielle Westermann King is a former staff writer for HRE.

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