Cheer It Up For Sonia Coleman, Disney’s New Head of HR, Reporting Directly To CEO Bob Iger

Cheer It Up For Sonia Coleman, Disney's New Head of HR, Reporting Directly To CEO Bob Iger
Her 15 years with Disney have finally paid off! Sonia Coleman, a Disney veteran, will soon be taking on her new role as the company’s head of human resources.
The upcoming April is bringing lots of new and exciting opportunities in Sonia’s way now that she’ll be the new senior executive vice president and chief human resources officer of the Walt Disney Co from April 8th.
Talk about dreams coming true!
Sonia Coleman Named Chief Human Resources Officer of The Walt Disney  Company - The Walt Disney Company
With Paul Richardson leaving the company after putting in 15 years of his life there, the position has now been handed over to Coleman and we can only guess how lucky she must be feeling in that moment!
And to think that she’ll be reporting directly to the interim CEO for the next two years, Bob Iger.
Disney CEO Bob Iger Weighs In On Marvel and Star Wars Sequels – The  Hollywood Reporter
Seems to us that Disney’s HR strategy is about to have a jolly revision with Coleman at the helm of it all. And why not? She’ll be overseeing everything from global talent acquisition, employee education, to cultural development, HR operations, and global security.
All of us, at Geekybar, are rooting for you, Sonia. You go, girl!

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Written by Rashi Gautam

A writer by day and reader by night, I am someone who - as soon as she graduated from high school - knew she wanted to write. How? When? where? It did not matter as long as I got to write! And every second of it has been full of learning, adventure, and excitement. I love reading, especially high fantasy, fiction, and thrillers! And when I am not reading or reviewing books on my blog, I try my hand at graphic designing for blog posts, headers, logos. Add a little bit of video editing into the mix and I'm peachy!


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