Hanold Associates Recruits Head of HR North America at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles

Hanold Associates has recruited Fiat Chrysler Automobiles’ (FCA) Head of Human Resources, North America. Alisa Nagle will be based in Detroit overseeing HR for the NAFTA region, a 95,000 person, ~$80billion dollar business. Jason Hanold and Mayank Parikh spearheaded the search.

Ms. Nagle comes to FCA from Stoneridge, Inc. where she worked as Chief Human Resources Officer. Before that she was Vice President of Global Aftermarket and Original Equipment Groups and Central Functions at Johnson Controls. At FCA, she will be Head of HR for North America (which includes Canada and Mexico) overseeing the ongoing cultural transformation, human capital strategy, design and execution for the entire NA region. Serving as a key member of the Global HR Leadership Team, she will report to the Global Chief of Human Resources Officer, Linda Knoll, and work with the Chief Operating Officer, NAFTA, establishing credibility and relationships at all levels of the organization.

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, the eighth largest automobile company in the world, designs, engineers, manufactures and sells passenger cars, light commercial vehicles, components and production systems worldwide. The company’s stable of brands includes Abarth, Alfa Romeo, Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Fiat Professional, Jeep, Lancia, Ram, Maserati and Mopar, the parts and service brand. The Group’s businesses also include Comau (production systems), Magneti Marelli (components) and Teksid (iron and castings).

FCA takes great pride in fostering an inclusive work environment where employees can leverage strengths, experiences and perspectives. The company believes it is the diversity of talent and perspective that allows employees the opportunity to take a visionary approach, to strategically apply new technologies and forge ahead in the global automotive industry innovation in and performance. Entering the world of FCA means getting a chance to work in a dynamic, multicultural context where people are valued for their competencies, where one is gauged based on meritocracy and where communication and participation are key to reach ambitious worldwide goals together.