Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) Donna Morris will be quitting Adobe for another opportunity.
Executive Vice President Gloria Chen will be replacing Morri as CHRO effective immediately. A 20-year Adobe veteran, Chen was serving the role of Executive Vice President of Strategy and Growth as well as Chief of Staff to the CEO.
“Gloria has made a tremendous impact throughout her career at Adobe, driving corporate strategy, global operations and business transformation, and I’m excited for her to now take on the role of Chief Human Resources Officer,” said Shantanu Narayen, President, and CEO, Adobe.
Under her leadership, Adobe's workforce has witnessed an increase of 226% to more than 20,000 employees and its real estate/facilities presence has grown to more than 75 locations around the globe.
She holds a bachelor’s degree in political science from Carleton University and her “north of the border” accent gives her away as a native of Ottawa, Canada.
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