Experian Marketing Services strengthens leadership team with addition of Caliopie Walsh in New York
Human resources VP to serve as strategic partner for continued growth and talent development
New York, N.Y., Feb. 4, 2014 — Experian Marketing Services, a global provider of integrated consumer insights and targeting, data quality and cross-channel marketing, has hired Caliopie Walsh as vice president of human resources. Walsh joins the company in New York City, leading all aspects of employee relations, talent recruitment, and retention, training and compensation. Walsh brings extensive experience in managing human resources for global companies primarily within technology and media verticals during periods of significant growth and change, including Google, Coach, CBS MarketWatch and Sirius Satellite Radio.
“Caliopie’s proven track record of change management and global innovation speaks volumes about the expertise that she’ll add in helping us to sustain and further our growth and the growth of our clients’ businesses,” said Matt Seeley, president, Experian Marketing Services. With 11 offices in the United States, three of which are in New York City, Experian Marketing Services continues to expand its product suite, slating the company for growth, which includes the 2013 launch of the company’s cross-channel marketing platform.
Walsh joins the Experian Marketing Services team in North America after directing global corporate human resources for Experian, plc. in London since 2012. While in London, Walsh was instrumental in the launch of the company’s global culture movement, Heart of Experian, which connects more than 17,000 Experian employees in regions around the world.
Walsh joined Experian from Coach Inc., where she was the divisional vice president of international human resources. Based in Hong Kong, she ran international human resources teams in China, Hong Kong, and New York and led the acquisition of the greater China business from an overseas distributor, helping to support the company’s growth from two to 350 employees in addition to 50 new stores and $100 million in revenue. Before her position at Coach, Walsh served as the vice president, human resources, at Sirius Satellite Radio, Cendant Corporation and CBS MarketWatch. She also worked overseas in Hong Kong with DoubleClick/Google as director of human resources, Asia Pacific, and as a human resources management associate in Brazil for Citibank.
Walsh earned a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Psychology from the University of Illinois and a master’s degree in Industrial Labor Relations from Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y.
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