The Cable and Telecommunications Human Resources Association has
appointed Pamela Hagan and Eric Hawkins to its board of directors.
corporate vice president of human resources for Bright House Networks,
replaces Linda Chambers, who has retired as that MSO's vice
president of corporate human resources. Hawkins, senior vice president
of human resources for Discovery Communications, succeeds Ted Stewart, who has
retired from his position as senior vice president of total
rewards/human resources at the programmer.
Hagan has more
than 20 years of HR experience. She is a member of Women in Cable &
Telecommunications, the Society of Human Resources Management, the
Advisory Board of the St. Petersburg Chamber of Commerce Women's Series,
and HR Tampa. She is also an active volunteer and fund raiser for the
Humane Society of Tampa Bay.
Hawkins has played a leading role
in Discovery's international operations, which span 170 countries, and
is a sought-after advisor on managing dispersed teams in the
increasingly complex global marketplace. He has also provided guidance
for transitioning businesses requiring large-scale reorganization and
"We are looking forward to the insight and vision
that Pamela and Eric will bring to CTHRA's leadership," said CTHRA executive director Pamela Williams.At the same
time, we will miss Linda and Ted, who contributed enormously to our
organization during their tenures on CTHRA's board. We bid them a fond
farewell and wish them much success in their future endeavors."
Hagan and Hawkins join the following
individuals to comprise CTHRA's 2011 board of directors: CTHRA president
Lisa Chang, senior vice president (SVP) of HR for Turner Broadcasting
System Inc.; CTHRA vice president Erin Hand, vice president of talent
and development for Cox Communications; CTHRA treasurer William Strahan, senior vice president of HR for Comcast Cable; CTHRA secretary Michael Butler; Sheryl
Anderson, senior vice president of HR and administration for Starz Entertainment; Karen
Bennett, SPHR, CCP, senior vice president of HR for Turner Broadcasting System Inc.;
Rosalind Clay Carter, senior vice president of HR for A&E Television Networks; Tenia
Davis, vice president of HR for Harpo Inc.; Lisa Kaye, president and CEO of
greenlightjobs; Margaret Lazo, executive vice president of HR for
NBC Universal Entertainment; Tomas Mathews, executive vice president of HR for Time Warner
Cable; Christopher Powell, executive vice president of HR for Scripps Networks Interactive;
Paul Richardson, senior vice president of HR for ESPN; and Gerard Zack, SPHR.
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