The candidate is the Chief Human Resources Officer, Americas for Jones Lang LaSalle (NYSE: JLL), the leading integrated global real estate services and investment management firm. She has 30 years of US and global human resources experience. The candidate joined Jones Lang LaSalle in February of 2016. She joined the company from HSBC, the multinational banking and financial services company, where she was the Head of Human Resources for HSBC USA. The candidate previously held several leadership roles in HSBC’s London headquarters. She headed human resources for the Global Banking and Markets business and its Global Private Bank. Additionally, as leader of the human resources transformational and design team, the candidate designed the global HR operating model that was deployed in over 20 countries. She also held several roles that focused on compensation, benefits, and mergers and acquisitions in the United States. The candidate earned her Master’s degree in Industrial Relations from Loyola University and a Bachelor’s degree from Illinois State University.
Jones Lang LaSalle‘s (NYSE: JLL) services include commercial leasing, real estate brokerage, management, advisory, and financing through nearly 300 corporate offices in more than 80 countries around the world; almost 45% of its business is in the US. The company’s LaSalle Investment Management arm is a diversified real estate management firm with about $60 billion in assets under management. Jones Lang LaSalle has commercial real estate expertise across office, retail, hotel, health care, industrial, cultural, and multifamily residential properties. It manages more than four billion square feet worldwide. Revenue: $6.8 billion.