Forbes SVP promoted to CHRO: CEO Mike Federle

A Forbes employee since 2020, Ali Intres, the new CHRO at Forbes made a formidable impact in her previous role as SVP, helping better employee experience at the organisation.


Forbes announces Ali Intres as their new chief human resources officer, as reported by Forbes CEO Mike Federle. In her new role, she is expected to lead the HR department at Forbes, taking charge of recruitment, training and development, benefits administration, HR systems, culture and inclusion, and more.

Intres has been at Forbes for almost three years, starting off as its senior vice president, Human Resources in early 2020.

She has worked in numerous HR leadership roles across many organizations over her 25-year career. Starting off as a human resources associate at Worth Magazine, she climbed up the ranks and moved to Time Inc., where she spent 8 years as the vice president HR.

She has since worked at Digitas, where she spent four years as its Senior Vice President, Talent.

She completed her MS in Organizational Psychology at Teachers College at Columbia University in 1997.

A Forbes article cites her experience in media and advertising as the key reasons behind her promotion, stating that it will help her propel Forbes’ people-first culture.

As Forbes’ SVP, she rolled out better health benefits, a new compensation structure, a hybrid work model, flexible time off, and other HR-related developments to improve the employee experience at Forbes

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