Welcome to our newest Human Capital and Effective Organizations (HCEO) Certificate Program Participants!
KIM HATAMIYA was recently named as Vice President, Diversity and Inclusion, at Sony Pictures Entertainment. Kim has worked at Sony since 2003, most recently as Executive Vice President, Marketing, for the television division. In her new role on the People and Organization (HR) team, Kim will be focused on promoting diversity through Sony's Spectrum initiative. The initiative seeks to recognize individual talents of all cultures and backgrounds while promoting values and differences across Sony's global workforce. Spectrum will provide internship and leadership programs that will affect current and aspiring employees of Sony. Kim will head Spectrum's day-to-day operations to cater to Sony consumers, communities and vendors as well as employees.
CLAUDIA MCMAHON is a Senior Consultant with cp3consulting in New South Wales, Australia. cp3consulting offers specialized advice and services around HR strategy, HR organization, coaching, leadership development, executive search, and organizational audits. Since joining cp3consulting in 2010, Claudia has worked with global and national clients on a variety of talent management, work design, performance management, organizational culture and engagement, and change management initiatives.
ROBERT NISHI is a Senior HR Analyst for the County of Sacramento's Department of Personnel Services. As part of the Office of Labor Relations, Robert provides HR and labor relations guidance to county-wide management and departments, and serves as a facilitator between county departments and collective bargaining units. Although we are only just now welcoming him to the HCEO program, Robert has been attending CEO programs since 2008 and will be taking the last course required for his certificate this March. So not only are we welcoming him to HCEO, we will also be congratulating him on his graduation in May. In addition to the HCEO certificate that he will complete shortly, Robert has earned an MBA in Human Resources and Organizational Effectiveness from UC Irvine, as well as various certificates from Cornell's ILR School including an Advanced Certificate in Employee Relations & Investigations and another for Workplace Conflict Resolution.
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Center for Effective Organizations
- University of Southern California
- 3415 S. Figueroa Street
- Davidson Conference Center 200
- Los Angeles, CA 90089–0871
- usc marshall school of business