Capri Holdings names chief people officer
Capri Holdings, the parent company of Michael Kors, Jimmy Choo, and Versace, announced on Tuesday the promotion of Jenna Hendricks to the position of senior vice president, chief people officer.
In this role, Hendricks will be responsible for leading the global human resources organization for the group across all three luxury houses.
Hendricks joined Michael Kors over 17 years ago and most recently served as senior vice president, global human resources where she is credited for supporting the global expansion of the Michael Kors brand and for the integration of Jimmy Choo and Versace into Capri. Moreover, as a business partner, Hendricks made significant contributions to talent acquisition, employee development as well as diversity and inclusion initiatives around the world.
Hendricks will continue to report to John D. Idol, chairman and chief executive officer.
“For almost two decades, Jenna has provided strategic leadership to the management team in all aspects of human resources,” said Idol.
“Jenna has been an invaluable partner and has helped to shape the global culture at Capri. As Capri continues to grow, Jenna’s vision for the future of our global employee community will be integral to our success.”
“I am thrilled to continue to partner with the Capri leadership team as the Company works to further develop our talent and achieve its strategic objectives," added Hendricks.
"Our employees have always been the heart and soul of our global organization. I look forward to advancing workplace initiatives that will further help our team achieve continued success,”
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