The HR Policy Association Board has announced several important senior leadership changes, with the appointment in March 2020 of Ani Huang as Chief Executive Officer of Center On Executive Compensation. The change comes as the Board announced the appointment of current Center CEO and HR Policy President Tim Bartl as HR Policy CEO, also starting in March, when HR Policy CEO Dan Yager will move into a senior advisory role as part of a planned succession.
Association Chair Pam Kimmet, Chief Human Resources Officer for Manulife Financial, said: We’re thrilled to have Ani’s expertise shaping the work of the Center On Executive Compensation. The Board of Directors looks forward to working with these accomplished leaders.”
Ms. Huang said, “From advocating for a more effective link and clearer disclosure of pay and performance to helping to foster better board and CHRO relationships, the Center On Executive Compensation has achieved so much for its Subscribers. I am looking forward to building on the great work of the Center as we address future challenges and opportunities.”
Ani Danielian Huang is currently the President of the Center On Executive Compensation and Senior Vice President of the HR Policy Association. In those roles, she is responsible for best practice development, Subscriber engagement, and external relations and has helped develop the Association’s CHRO Impact enrichment series. Ms. Huang has almost two decades of experience in compensation and human resources, joining the Association in January 2012 from Global Payments, Inc, where she was Vice President of Global Compensation and Benefits. Previously, Ani held various positions at Deutsche Bank A.G. in New York and Tokyo, Japan. She is a graduate of Stanford University.
The full-time core Center senior team will continue to lead the Center's research, education and advocacy roles. Chief Operating Officer, Henry Eickelberg will oversee the Center's legal, legislative and regulatory advocacy activities, with Assistance from E.R. Anderson, our Vice President, Communications and Governance Affairs. Andrew Maletz, who joined the Center team from ISS in September, manages several Center research and practice initiatives, including Center surveys and Subscriber engagement.
The changes take effect at HR Policy Association's Annual meeting in March 2020.