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July 7, 2022
PlayMonster has announced Amy Graczyk's appointment to the new chief people officer role.
With expertise across multiple industries, Graczyk brings a specialized focus on supporting organizations and high-performance teams amidst transformational growth. She will oversee setting and implementing strategic HR direction in people, culture, organizational structure, diversity and inclusion across teams globally.
Graczyk brings over 25 years of experience in leading and advising organizations on talent development, culture, employee engagement, change management, technology implementation as well as developing and delivering human capital HR strategies and solutions. She most recently served as chief people officer with Vericity Inc., parent company for Fidelity Life and eFinancial and previously spent fifteen years successfully leading organizational development at Kraft Foods.
“Joining PlayMonster presents such an exciting opportunity with a global future: one to help further shape the company’s culture, where joy is reflected not only in its products – but in the work environment, too.” says Graczyk. “My passion is working with teams collaboratively to help drive results, and what’s happening at PlayMonster is incredibly dynamic and exciting to be part of.”
“As we continue to grow PlayMonster as a fast-paced and globally structured organization, people, talent and organizational excellence remain a top priority, with employees being our most valuable asset,” says Tim Kilpin, chief executive officer, PlayMonster. “Amy brings tremendous value in her leadership approach, and we are delighted to welcome her to the team.”
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