Global Critical Logistics appoints chief people officer

Source: Global Critical Logistics

Global Critical Logistics (GCL) has appointed Elizabeth Berman as its chief people officer.

In her new role, Berman will develop HR infrastructure that provides a “high service level to both employees and customers”.

Daniel Rosenthal, president and chief executive GCL, said: “I am a firm believer in building on our 45-year foundation by investing in our team and culture. Elizabeth is the perfect partner to build out the people function.

“By ensuring the right tools, resources and infrastructure are available and accessible to all, Elizabeth will help our people support our customers, thrive in their jobs, and seize the many opportunities we have for career development.”

Berman added: “In particular, I am excited about ensuring that the continued growth of GCL will positively impact employees’ careers.

“Core to my role, I will be ensuring our approach focuses on individual growth and development while introducing new career pathways across the GCL portfolio.”

Berman’s previous roles have been in the sports, entertainment, hospitality, and consumer products industries; with organizations such as Harris Blitzer Sports and Entertainment, Nike, Estee Lauder, and Vevo.

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