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SOURCE Ingram Micro Inc.
Lynn Jolliffe selected as a top female executive leader who drives change, innovation and inspires others to succeed
SANTA ANA, Calif., July 9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Ingram Micro Inc. (NYSE: IM) today announced that Lynn Jolliffe, executive vice president of Human Resources at Ingram Micro, has been named one of the "Top 50 Most Powerful Women in Technology" by the National Diversity Council.
Jolliffe was named to the 2014 list, along with other women in technology from companies such as Apple, IBM and Microsoft, based on the following criteria: Jolliffe's leadership within Ingram Micro and the technology industry; her direct contributions to the business growth and strategic direction of the company; her record of accomplishments in the area of human resources; commitment to mentoring other women in the industry; demonstrating a commitment to corporate citizenship; and having high integrity and ethical behavior.
"We are so fortunate to have someone of Lynn's caliber on our senior executive staff," said Ingram Micro CEO, Alain Monie. "Her dedication, influence and strategic focus on the business, as well as in the area of human resources, make her an excellent choice for this recognition. We congratulate her and all of the women named to this year's list."
Jolliffe currently serves as the company's executive vice president of Human Resources. She is responsible for the identification, development and implementation of the company's human resources strategies in support of the organization's global objectives. She oversees all aspects of human resources worldwide, including organization development and talent management, compensation and benefits, learning and development, the Human Resources Information System and payroll, as well as the regional human resources teams.
"It's such an honor to be recognized by the National Diversity Council," said Jolliffe, who has been with Ingram Micro for nearly 15 years. "I am inspired to be among such a talented group of women who are reaching new heights of achievement in the technology and business sectors."
The National Diversity Council is a nonprofit organization, established in 2008. It is committed to fostering a learning environment for organizations to grow in their knowledge of diversity and inclusion. The council affords opportunities for organizations to share best practices and learn from top corporate leaders in the areas of diversity and inclusion.
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