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Frank Monteleone joined Rexall Pharmacy Group in 2008 and is the Senior Vice President, Human Resources and Corporate Relations. As a member of the Executive Operating Committee, Frank oversees a diverse portfolio of strategic HR initiatives for Rexall, Claimsecure and Medicentres. Frank also oversees the Communications and Corporate Relations functions for the organization.
In his nearly 20 years of human resources experience, Frank has distinguished himself as a trusted advisor, a change champion, and a devoted employee advocate – leadership qualities that help to unlock the potential of Rexall employees and strengthen the brand. Prior to joining Rexall, Frank worked for Indigo Books and Music Inc. and RONA in a variety of progressive HR positions. Frank has been involved with supporting key priorities critical to the success of the business, such as employee engagement, cultural transformation, leadership talent planning, and strategic total rewards. Under Frank’s leadership, his team is currently stewarding diversity and inclusion efforts to advance diversity and women in business.
Frank has completed his certified human resources executive designation (CHRE) from the Human Resources Professional Association. He also has a Masters Certificate in Adult Training and Development from the Schulich Executive Education Centre. Frank holds a Bachelors of Arts, Mathematics for Commerce from York University in Toronto and also has a diploma in Human Resources Management from Humber College
Jesper brings nearly 20 years of proven recruiting experience, having built and managed high-level local and global recruiting teams for leading global brands including Uber and Salesforce. He most recently served as the first Chief People Officer of Top Hat, a higher education technology company, where he implemented new HR technologies, talent acquisition processes and performance management programs. Prior to Top Hat, he served as Executive Vice President of Operations at Wilson Human Capital Group, Inc, where he led an international team of 300 focusing on business operations and revenue generating strategies.
Under Jesper’s leadership, the next chapter of the Talent Acquisition team will emphasize building our talent bench to meet the future demands of a versatile, diverse, global organization positioned for growth. Jesper’s experience working in high-growth technology organizations with a focus on global customer impact will be invaluable as the team partners with the business to design and implement innovative recruitment practices aligned to our strategic growth and workforce planning.
Kelly Trindel, Ph.D. is Head of Industrial Organizational Science + Diversity Analytics at pymetrics, a gamified cognitive and neuroscience startup creating analytics-informed decision-making and performance-enhancement software for the human capital field. pymetrics has a proven track record of increasing diversity for our clients while selecting the best possible candidates with demonstrable ROI and validity. At pymetrics Kelly supervises an international team of Psychologists and Data Analysts who consult with clients and handle job analysis, adverse impact, validation, and return on investment outcome studies for the life of our SaaS engagements. Before joining pymetrics in February 2018, Kelly worked at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) most recently serving as Chief Analyst and Director of Research + Investigative Analysis. In this role, she led a group of Social Scientists located in district offices around the country in providing analytic support for systemic investigations and case development. While at EEOC Kelly served as the Commission’s expert on 'big data' issues, including changing human resource models and people analytics. She served as the Chair of EEOC’s Workgroup on Big Data and as a senior advisor on its Committee of Advisors on Systemic Enforcement. Kelly also co-chaired EEOC’s annual academic conference, EEODataNet.