Hilton Worldwide Names Dottie Brienza Senior Vice President, Global Head of Talent Management

Hilton Worldwide Names Dottie Brienza Senior Vice President, Global Head of Talent Management

Hilton In her role, Brienza will be responsible for team member development, training, executive development, coaching, succession planning and diversity on a global basis for the company.

Hilton Worldwide today announced that Dottie Brienza has joined the company as Senior Vice President, Global Head of Talent Management. In her role, Brienza will be responsible for team member development, training, executive development, coaching, succession planning and diversity on a global basis for the company. She will report to Matthew Schuyler, Executive Vice President & Chief Human Resources Officer, and will be based at Hilton Worldwide’s global headquarters in McLean, Va. “She understands the importance of team member engagement in a large global company like ours, and I believe her hands-on approach to talent management will be instrumental in growing and developing the programs that support our team members around the world.” Brienza joins Hilton Worldwide from Johnson & Johnson, where she gained more than 20 years of experience, most recently as Vice President, Human Resources, Change, Communication & Education. In that role, she spearheaded the development of the company’s global service delivery model and the overall improvement of their talent management processes.

Brienza also led the human resources change management for Johnson & Johnson’s integration of the Pfizer Consumer Healthcare business, the largest acquisition in Johnson & Johnson’s 120-year history. Additionally, Brienza worked for Honeywell, Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation and Hoechst AG.

“Dottie brings impressive wide-ranging experience with human resources, change management and talent management, and I’m very pleased that she will be joining our senior leadership team,” said Schuyler. “She understands the importance of team member engagement in a large global company like ours, and I believe her hands-on approach to talent management will be instrumental in growing and developing the programs that support our team members around the world.”

Brienza earned her Bachelor of Arts degree with honors from Marywood University in Scranton, Pa., and her Master of Arts degree from American University in Washington, D.C.

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