CHICAGO (Jan. 6, 2021) ― Tate & Lyle, a leading global provider of food and beverage ingredients and solutions, has retained Hanold Associates in the search for its Global Head of Inclusion & Diversity. Keri Gavin and Katrina Prospero are leading this search based out of Tate & Lyle’s North American headquarters in the greater Chicago area.
This role will lead a team of Inclusion & Diversity (I&D) professionals to shape a strategy that supports inclusion, belonging and connectedness across the entire company. Reporting to the CEO and CHRO, this leader will partner with teams around the globe to ensure the voice of the employee is heard in the advancement of the I&D strategy. The Global Head of Inclusion & Diversity will build upon existing successes and ensure implementation is carried out at the local level, reporting on results from all I&D initiatives to the executive committee and Board.
Supported by its 160-year history of ingredient innovation, Tate & Lyle partners with customers to provide consumers with healthier and tastier choices when they eat and drink. Headquartered in London, Tate & Lyle has developed a global presence with 4,200 employees worldwide. The company has plants, labs and offices in more than 30 countries and services customers in more than 120 countries. Its global headquarters for the Primary Products division and North American headquarters for Food & Beverage Solutions are in Hoffmann Estates, Illinois, a Chicago suburb. Tate & Lyle had £2.755B ($3.63B USD) of revenue in 2019 and is traded on the London Stock Exchange as TATE, with a market cap of nearly £3B.
About Hanold Associates
Hanold Associates HR & Diversity Executive Search is a retained boutique executive search firm focused on HR and Diversity & Inclusion Officers and Board Directors. Our client list is diverse across industries, geographies and business scenarios, and culture is at the core of everything we do. Our clients include the National Football League, Zoom, Domino’s Pizza, Under Armour, Patagonia, Gucci, The New York Times, Tom Brady’s TB12, Kohler, REI, Live Nation Entertainment, Dick’s Sporting Goods, McDonald’s, Major League Baseball, Kellogg, Apollo, Big Ten Conference, Blackstone, TPG, L Catterton, Northwestern University, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Electronic Arts, Fiat-Chrysler, SC Johnson, eBay, Moderna, Hillrom, Great Place To Work, Fossil, Vail Resorts, AbbVie, Carnival Corp., Biogen, Allstate, Bridgestone, Wikimedia, ClubCorp, Nike, Abercrombie & Fitch, Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights and Ford Motor Company, among others.