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HR Moves: Red Robin, Inspire Brands, The City of Anchorage, TriHealth

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Francis Scialabba

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From Formula 1 to the Kentucky Derby, the need for speed has been felt on a lot of TVs this month. With that in mind, here are some HR leaders who are speeding ahead…in their careers.

Red Robin. The burger chain recently appointed several new high-ranking leaders, including an interim chief people officer. Mark Simpson previously served as VP of people at Texas Roadhouse and has 35 years of experience. He’s also been on the board of the National Council of Chain Restaurants and the Kentucky Restaurant Association.

Inspire Brands. The company that owns several comfort food go-tos, including Baskin Robbins, Buffalo Wild Wings, and Dunkin’, just named Nathalie Rothman as its new Chief People Officer, according to a release. Rothman previously served as CHRO at Advance Auto Parts, and spent a decade in HR at PepsiCo.

The City of Anchorage. The largest city in Alaska has a new human resources director, according to the Anchorage Daily News. Tyler Andrews was appointed to the position by the city’s mayor, and was previously EVP of employee services and communications at Chugach Electric Association. Andrews steps into the role after the previous director resigned amid a lawsuit filed by an employee.

TriHealth. Jerri Irby will join TriHealth, a health system in Cincinnati as its new CHRO, where she’ll oversee HR for the organization’s 12,000 employees. Irby was previously chair for the human resources workforce practice at the Mayo Clinic. Before that, she spent three years as VP of HR at Wake Forest Baptist Health in North Carolina.

Quick-to-read HR news & insights

From recruiting and retention to company culture and the latest in HR tech, HR Brew delivers up-to-date industry news and tips to help HR pros stay nimble in today’s fast-changing business environment.