Workforce solutions provider Kelly Services recently appointed two women to key leadership positions from the worldwide outsourcing, staffing and consulting company’s hub in Troy, Michigan,.
Kristin Supancich was promoted to the position of chief human resources officer and Hannah Lim-Johnson became the group’s chief legal officer.
Supancich previously served as vice president and managing director of the company’s global service sector as well as regional vice president roles for Kelly’s U.S. and Canada markets. With over 25 years of experience and an in-depth knowledge of HR practices and programs, she will oversee global talent acquisition with an eye toward leadership, engagement, diversity, training and overall organizational integrity.
Lim-Johnson comes with two decades of expertise gleaned from large companies. She will direct Kelly Services’ in-house legal team and sustain ongoing rapport with outside counsel. Previously she worked in several legal and executive capacities for Public Service Enterprise Group, ADT and Tyco International.
"We're thrilled to have Kristin and Hannah take on these integral roles in Kelly's leadership team," President and CEO George Corona said. "The workforce landscape is changing rapidly, and their expert leadership in the HR and legal disciplines will play a pivotal role in advancing the company's talent and business strategies."