S&P Global recently named Dimitra Manis executive vice president and chief people officer.
She will report directly to the company’s President and CEO Douglas Peterson, and serve as a member of the Operating Committee.
Before joining S&P Global, Manis was chief human resources officer at Revlon Inc. She also served as Estee Lauder’s senior vice president for global talent. In addition, she worked at OpenLink and Thomson Reuters under various HR roles; and AXA Group in Paris and Asia in senior leadership roles.
"Dimitra joins S&P Global at a very exciting moment in our history, as we continue to deliver strong results to our shareholders, aggressively embrace technology in all that we do as a data company focused on the financial markets, and embark on our promise to bring an exceptional, differentiated experience to our customers globally," Peterson said. "We are very fortunate to add Dimitra to our executive team. She is an experienced and innovative leader with an extensive track record of identifying and growing talent worldwide."
Manis said she is looking “forward to engaging and growing our talent and becoming a part of this dynamic, high-performing leadership team.”
“I am truly excited to join a company whose brand and reputation is synonymous with integrity, transparency, and independence at such an exciting time in its long and successful history,” she added.