Kyndryl, the independent spin-off company from IBM IT Infrastructure Services, has appointed Maryjo Charbonnier as its chief human resources officer. Earlier, she was with Wolters Kluwer Nederland BV, as CHRO, for six and a half years.
Having completed her master’s in business administration from Southern Methodist University – Cox School of Business, Charbonnier started her career as a human resources manager with CNA Insurance in 1992. A three-year stint later, she joined Pepsico. In her long and successful 13-year long tenure with the Company, she worked in the US, Canada and Mexico in various HR roles, handling over 1,20,000 employees, and finally quit when she was vice president – HR.
In 2008, she joined Broadridge as CHRO and served the Company for a good six and a half years, before moving on to Wolters Kluwer, the global provider of professional information, software solutions and services. There, she was handling the design and implementation of all HR strategies, policies and processes till now.
Quite recently, Maria Bartolome Winans, former chief marketing officer (CMO), IBM Americas, was appointed as chief marketing officer for Kyndryl. Winans has been with IBM for over 25 years. She is known for successfully essaying various senior global marketing roles in various disciplines and business units across IBM.
Kyndryl’s headquarters will be in New York City, from where the Company plans to work with various technology partners to serve a global customer base of about 4,600. Kyndryl endeavours to assist its clients across the globe to establish robust, resilient and agile digital capabilities.