Lynnette Crowder Joins Mill Rock Packaging as Chief Human Resources Officer
Mill Rock Packaging Partners announced that it has named Lynnette Crowder as Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO), a new position for the company.
Crowder is a highly accomplished human resources executive with 20 years of experience building world-class people organizations and driving high-performing cultures. She has broad experience overseeing various functions within the packaging and industrial industries, serving in both commercial and operations roles. Most recently, Ms. Crowder was senior vice president and CHRO at U.S. Silica Company. Prior to that, she held positions at WestRock, where she led and drove talent strategy development and implementation across the global packaging business, and General Motors, where she managed employees at GM’s largest warehouse and distribution facilities.
Allen Ennis, Mill Rock Packaging CEO, commented, “Lynnette has an exceptional track record, and I know she will help us build a world-class team as we enter our next stage of growth. With growth comes the need to continually scale our capabilities and increase the depth of our leadership. The formation of this new position will help add to our forward momentum, and I am looking forward to working closely with Lynnette.”
As CHRO, Crowder will oversee all aspects of human resources across Mill Rock Packaging's production facilities. While serving as a key member of the leadership team, she will also execute the Company's HR transformation and optimization across the network.
“I am thrilled to be joining this exciting organization as its CHRO. I welcome the opportunity to help drive performance and growth as we broaden our packaging services to our customers,” said Crowder.
Mill Rock Packaging Vice Chairman and Mill Rock Capital Senior Partner Bob Feeser added, “We are committed to building an industry-leading specialty packaging company, and we welcome Lynnette's leadership as we continue to grow.”
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