HT&E today announces Angela Ewers has been appointed to the newly created position of Chief People Officer.
Ewers will commence her new role in November, based in Sydney, where she will lead both HT&E and ARN’s People & Culture function to support growth and ensure ARN is not just Australia’s number one radio and digital audio business, but also one of the best places to work.
The new position will also see Ewers join ARN’s Executive Leadership Team.
Of the appointment HT&E’s CEO Ciaran Davis said, “This newly created role of Chief People Officer is pivotal in HT&E’s strategy to increase performance and improve capability, as we continue our transition as Australia’s leading Radio and Digital Audio provider. Ewers will bring her expertise, innovation and dynamic approach to bolster ARN’s position as a high performing, engaged, innovative and inclusive business.”
Of her new role, Ewers said, “I’m excited to join HT&E and be part of its ongoing growth and the transformation of the ARN business. It’s great to be coming into the business at a time where there is a focus on building a future-proofed People & Culture strategy and I’m really looking forward to working with the Executive Leadership Team and business leaders to bring this to life. ARN is a vibrant business with passionate and innovative leaders who are up for creating an environment where people can thrive and do their best work.”
Ewers comes to HT&E with an extensive background in Human Resources at a strategic level, most recently at James Hardie Building Products as the People & Performance Director across the Asia Pacific region, and before that at Lion where she worked in a number of roles across the business. Ewers has also previously held a Senior HR position with Caltex Australia Petroleum and began her career with Yum! Restaurants International.
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