Tiffanie Boyd former Vice President of Human Resources at General Mills in November was named as McDonald’s new Chief People officer.
This was announced In a note obtained by QSRweb, Boyd “joins us at a time when our commitment to people has never been more critical,” according to the note.
In the company memo written by EVP, Global Chief People Officer Heidi Capozzi, McDonald’s expressed how Boyd’s appointment was a part of its larger mission toward its commitment to its consumers. ” As part of our 2021-2022 U.S. Own the Ambition plan, Crew Experience is our most important growth priority,” the company wrote. “In partnership with owner/operator leadership, we intend to make bold moves for our people as we roll out our Employee Value Proposition and People Purpose throughout the System.”
Boyd joins the corporation after 23 years at General Mills, where she served as vice president of Human Resources for North America Retail. Boasting of a vast amount of experience working in a range of roles including human resources leadership, supply chain, and foodservice, the top executive successfully led engagement and culture change for the company’s 11,000 employees.
She officially will join the company Jan. 4.
Candace Jean-Louis serving as interim U.S. CPO will support Boyd through her transition.