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Nicole Rosciano Joins Hilco Global as Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer

Sep 17, 2019, 12:27 PM by Mike Ermitage

Nicole RoscianoJeffrey Hecktman, Founder and CEO of Hilco Global announced that Nicole Rosciano has joined the holding company as Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer. Ms. Rosciano started in the newly created position on September 16th.  In this capacity, Ms. Rosciano will align the Hilco Global talent pool and the company’s strategic growth initiatives.  With her extensive HR background and experience, Ms. Rosciano is a critical addition to the company’s executive leadership team, responsible for developing, retaining and recruiting world class talent to Hilco Global so that Hilco Global continues its profitable growth and maintains its best in class workplace culture.

Ms. Rosciano most recently worked for IRI, a leading big data company focused on consumer, retail and media companies, where she served as a key member of their global management team since 2008.  At IRI, Nicole was VP for Talent Acquisition and Organizational Development, and a strategic HR Advisor to IRI’s management team, overseeing a 2,000-person organization.  Prior to IRI, Nicole began her HR career at Bell & Howell in 1998, which was subsequently acquired by Eastman Kodak.  At Eastman Kodak, Nicole was promoted to HR director, managing 1,000 service reps, and building out an HR infrastructure for the newly merged organization.  

Ms. Rosciano lives in the Chicago area with her family.  She received both a BS in Clinical Psychology and a Master of Science in Human Resources (MSHR) from Loyola University of Chicago. 

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