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EWA congratulates Amy Hanlon-Rodemich on next chapter

Updated: Dec 15, 2022

The Exceptional Women Alliance (EWA) is proud to recognize that Amy

Hanlon-Rodemich, Exceptional Alliance from Cohort 6, has been appointed as

Chief People Officer and member of the Group Leadership Team for Nokia. She

will be transitioning from GlobalLogic, a leading company in digital product

engineering, effective October 24, 2022.

Hanlon-Rodemich’s rich background and depth of knowledge in human

resources and the technology field brings integrated expertise to Nokia and is

positioned to help drive the company to meet their strategic goals. She is a

Human Resources executive who has helped some of Silicon Valley’s top

brands scale and grow, such as Yahoo and VMware.

“We enable our high-level high-potential women to rise to meet their dreams.

Leaders, like Amy, change their companies, communities, and the world to

make it all a better place because they are passionate and dedicated. Amy is

highly specialized and will excel in this next chapter of her career.

Congratulations, Amy!” said Larraine Segil, Chair and CEO of EWA.

"EWA has been life changing for me. The group has supported me through so

much in the last few years and it is because of that support that I was able to

prioritize things better in my life, which has led me to the place where I am

taking on this new role at Nokia. I am so grateful to my sisters for all their support and encouragement,” said Ms. Hanlon-Rodemich.

Amy Hanlon-Rodemich, Chief People Officer, Nokia

Prior to working at GlobalLogic, Amy was Vice President of Human Resources

at Synopsys, a software company focused on design and verification software

for the semi-conductor industry. She was also Executive Vice President of

People at Milestone Technologies, an IT solutions company, where she was

responsible for all aspects of HR and Talent Acquisition.

Amy serves as a member of the Board of Directors for the Exceptional Women

Awardees Foundation and is a Board Member with the Bay Area Executive

Development Network (BAEDN). She has served as a Board Member for the

American Red Cross, Silicon Valley, as well as with Yahoo Employee



The Exceptional Women Alliance Foundation (EWA) is an invitation only peer mentorship organization where high-potential, high-level Exceptional Women from across multiple industries are hand-selected and invested in, to grow, learn, share, and succeed. In addition to the achievement of significant success, the criteria for acceptance include character traits that are defining of the EWA Culture – Kindness, the Spirit of Generosity, Transparency, Gratitude

and Willingness to Share their Networks. The Foundation is a powerhouse of peer-to-peer mentoring that provides guidance, deep connection, and leadership, propelling each woman to sustainable success - one woman at a time. The year-long program enables each Awardee to be connected as alumnae for life in the ever-expanding EWA global network, as their fellow women leaders continue to move into positions of significance.


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