Sony Music Appoints Andrew Davis As Global CHRO

Sony Music Appoints Andrew Davis As Global CHRO

Sony Music Entertainment (SME) has appointed Andrew Davis to the role of Executive Vice President and Global Chief Human Resources Officer. Beginning in early January 2021 and based in New York, Davis will report to Rob Stringer, Chairman, Sony Music Group and Kevin Kelleher, Chief Operating Officer, Sony Music Entertainment.


With experience leading teams at Fortune 500 companies, Davis will be charged with leading SME’s global human resources function including talent acquisition, talent management, compensation and benefits, as well as organisational development across the Company’s global operations.


In making the announcement Stringer said, “Advancing our Human Resources policies and strategies is a top priority for our company to grow our workplace worldwide. Andrew’s experience leading global teams and building diverse pools of candidates in organizations will be an important contribution to our Company’s future.”


Davis said, “It’s an exciting time to join Sony Music Entertainment. Now more than ever, music is the antidote for isolation and provides an increased sense of community. Music has always been one of the cornerstones of my life, so having an opportunity to work in my passion is truly a personal and professional privilege. I look forward to partnering with my new SME family to build on the success of the business by championing a culture of excellence and innovation.”


Most recently, Davis served as Chief Human Resources and Inclusion Officer for Lennar Corporation where he was responsible for the areas of business transformation, talent management, organisational and performance management, learning and development as well as benefits for the Company.


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