A lot can be achieved throughout a 15-year career, and that is clearly demonstrated by the successes of McCormick & Company’s Senior Vice President, Human Relations Lisa Manzone. With an impressive track record for strengthening the company’s operations, the exec has announced she will retire effective December 31, 2022.
Manzone has served on the company’s highest leadership team, its Management Committee, for the past seven years, in addition to serving as Chief Human Relations Officer. According to a press release, she has successfully overseen the development and execution of the provider’s global people strategy and has been an excellent employee advocate.
During her 15-year tenure, Manzone elevated McCormick's global HR leadership team to establish strong business partnerships and Centers of Excellence, while also optimizing the company's global operating model. She has also overseen the continued building and deepening of McCormick's Talent and Learning, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, and Organization Effectiveness teams.
Currently, Manzone serves as the Secretary of the Compensation and Human Capital Committee of McCormick's Board of Directors.
"Lisa has been an integral part of McCormick's leadership team, a thought leadership partner to me, and an advocate for McCormick's 14,000 global employees," said Lawrence E. Kurzius, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. "Her commitment to our business and her passion and energy for our Power of People principle and our people-first culture has left a lasting legacy and will be remembered now and into the future."
Read more about this distinguished industry leader here.
Congratulations to Lisa Manzone on such a successful career!