2018/10/09 – HR Leadership Announcement - Human Resources at Ohio State

HR Leadership Announcement

Lin HillisLinette (Lin) Hillis will join Ohio State in the role of associate vice president for talent, diversity and leadership, Office of Human Resources. Lin’s first day will be on Monday, October 29, 2018.

As AVP talent, diversity and leadership, Lin will provide strategic HR direction for talent acquisition, learning and development as well as organizational leadership effectiveness in leading a multi-disciplinary HR team across the enterprise. Lin will report directly to me as a new member of the executive HR leadership team.

Lin most recently held the position of senior vice president, talent management and leadership development for Huntington National Bank in Columbus, OH. Since 2014, she led the HR areas of succession management, organizational development, competencies, change management, culture and organizational design. She was also the talent management lead for the Workday implementation at Huntington. Prior to Huntington, she served in HR leadership roles of increasing responsibility specific to talent management for Fiserv, CheckFree and Bank One.

Lin earned her Bachelor of Science in Business Management and Marketing from Franklin University and a Master of Human Resources Development degree from The Ohio State University.

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