Microsoft has announced that Executive Vice President of Human Resources Lisa Brummel will be retiring from the company at the end of the year. Brummel has led Human Resources at Microsoft since 2005. She will be replaced in her role by Kathleen Hogan starting November 28, according to Microsoft:
"Kathleen is an accomplished, well-respected and well-rounded leader who obsesses over our customers and is motivated by people's passion for how technology can change the world," Nadella said. "She is the right person to continue pushing our cultural transformation forward, and she will ensure Microsoft remains the best, most inclusive place to work."
Brummel is a 25-year Microsoft veteran. Hogan has been with Microsoft for over 11 years. She is currently leading the Microsoft Services team. She has occupied a number of positions, and previously worked at Oracle and McKinsey.
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