Stephanie joined Kellogg’s Global Talent team in July 2012. In this role Stephanie has leveraged her experience working across the spectrum of HR as well as her knowledge of the business to drive results.
Stephanie joined Kellogg in 2004 as HR Business Partner for Global Sales, Global Communications, Global Nutrition and several Sales support functions across Kellogg North America. Following this role, she has led the HR strategy for two Kellogg Business Units: Kashi Business Unit and Kellogg’s Specialty Channels (all channels outside of grocery).
In these roles, Stephanie has successfully stewarded the business through several large restructuring projects that spanned the North American business. She has built development programs and processes resulting in strengthening Kellogg’s talent bench. In addition, she has led or contributed to the HR work during several acquisitions.
Stephanie has over 20 years of Human Resources experience across various industries, including Automotive, Healthcare and Advertising. Her scope of experience has included all competencies across the HR profession, including Learning & Development, Compensation and Benefits, Employee Relations, Talent Management, and Organizational Effectiveness. She has had the opportunity to lead the HR function in past experience, where she was able to design and execute numerous HR policies, procedures and programs aligned to deliver the business objectives for both continuous improvement as well as growth.
Stephanie holds a Bachelors of Psychology from Michigan State University and a Masters in Public Administration from Western Michigan University.
Stephanie lives in Kalamazoo, Michigan with her husband, Robert. Stephanie and Robert love the outdoors, spending their free time cycling, hiking, sailing, and x-country skiing.
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