Digital healthcare provider Kry has promoted current senior vice president of global talent Anna Fullerton-Batten (pictured) to the role of global chief HR officer.
In her new role, Fullerton-Batten aims to drive a cohesive global people and culture strategy that deepens performance and organisational efficiencies to accelerate value and scale.
Working closely with the executive and senior management team, she will lead initiatives such as developing an employee value proposition (EVP), embedding a distributed way of working to cater for remote talent, and creating a relevant diversity and inclusion strategy.
Fullerton-Batten previously worked at Amazon, Microsoft and Johnson and Johnson, and as a trained executive coach and regular speaker at global conferences on the future of workforces, female leadership and diversity.
Fullerton-Batten said: “I’m really excited to be a part of this talented team that is delivering the future of healthcare and making a difference to millions of patients. Through our people, I truly believe we can find new ways of resolving the challenges in healthcare and making it more accessible and efficient for patients and healthcare professionals. Our focus is simple: better care for more patients.”
Johannes Schildt, chief executive officer at Kry, said: “Since joining Kry, Anna has been instrumental in helping us evolve our talent pipeline and match our future business needs with a balanced and diverse workforce. As we actively recruit more healthcare professionals and remain committed to investing in our core, we look to our teams to transform and represent the millions of patients we care for.”