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Velocify, based in El Segundo, Calif.,
has appointed Tiffany Chelsvig vice
president of human
Velocify from the
where she was vice
president of people
technology at the
She has also served as vice president
of human resources and workspace at
Green Dot Corp.
Chelsvig holds a master’s degree in
psychology from Golden Gate University
and a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology
from San Francisco State University.
Christine Theros Mullins has
been appointed senior vice president
and chief human resources officer at
Chicago-based Kemper Corp.
Mullins joins Kemper from CEO.
works, where she was a senior
executive in the organization’s HR
practice. She has also served in
human resource leadership roles with
Zurich Insurance Group, including
supporting the North America and
global insurance businesses. Mullins
began her career at Motorola, where
she spent more than 20 years in roles
of increasing responsibility, including
corporate vice president of human
Mullins earned a bachelor’s degree
in business administration from
Florida Atlantic University.
Cambridge Trust Co., headquartered
in Cambridge, Mass., has appointed
Pilar Pueyo senior
vice president and
served as director of
human resources at
Boston Private Bank
& Trust Co. She
has also served as
director of human resources at United
Homes for Children Inc., and director of
community relations at Concilio Hispano
De Cambridge Inc.
Pueyo earned an M.B.A. from the
University of Cincinnati, and a bachelor’s
degree in business administration and
information systems from the University
of Puerto Rico.
Cheniere Energy Inc.,
headquartered in Houston, has named
Tom Bullis executive vice president
and chief administrative officer.
Bullis brings more than 40 years of
managerial experience in the energy
sector to the role, with a specialization in
power and gas distribution, transmission,
generation and strategic business
alignment. He has held operational,
business management and human
resource roles at Calpine Corp. and Texas
Bullis holds a bachelor’s degree in
business from Saint Mary’s College of
Cambridge, Mass.-based health
information website PatientsLikeMe has
Parker executive vice
president of human
Parker was senior
and chief human
resources officer at
Forum Pharmaceuticals. He has also
served as vice president of global human
resources at Molecular Devices, and has
held senior HR positions at Cyberonics
Inc., Perkinelmer Instruments and Bayer
Parker holds a bachelor’s degree in
mathematics from Hobart College.
Annie Seibold Drapeau has been
named chief human resources officer
at Cambridge, Mass.-based Moderna
Drapeau joins Moderna from Bain
Capital Private Equity, where she served
as an operating partner. Prior to her
tenure at Bain, she served as executive
vice president of strategy and talent
at Iron Mountain. Drapeau has also
held leadership roles in HR, strategy
and finance at the Center for Leading
Organizations, VistaPrint, Digitas,
PepsiCo and JPMorgan.
Drapeau earned an M.B.A. from
Dartmouth College and a bachelor’s
degree in chemical engineering from
Diane Adams has been named chief
human resources officer at
recently served as
chief people officer
at Qlik Technologies,
where she oversaw
the company’s global
HR function. Prior to
joining Qlik, Adams served as executive
vice president of culture and talent at
Allscripts. She has also held a variety
of HR leadership positions at Cisco
Adams holds a bachelor’s degree
in business administration from the
University of North Carolina.
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Equifax Workforce Solutions
has introduced its Affordable Care
Act Subsidy Management Service,
processing and appealing subsidy
notifications for employees who receive
a premium tax credit or subsidy for
healthcare coverage through federal and
The service includes preliminary
case analysis, consultation, end-to-end
case management and outcome-based
reporting, all delivered by resources
working with the organization to
determine the best course of action for
each case, according to Equifax.
Price varies, including a transactional
model with per-appeal pricing, or a flat
annual subscription to cover a larger
volume of appeals.
Equifax Workforce Solutions, Atlanta
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Espresa has launched its new work/
life-balance platform designed to allow
employers to deliver and manage
services such as car repairs, dry cleaning
and wellness classes to employees
through a mobile application or web
According to Espresa, all
maintained in the cloud with full-featured
mobile application and web interfaces.
Instead of unique billing, ordering and
support approaches for each vendor
providing these services, Espresa offers
a unified platform intended to simplify
providing and using services, and
to analyze their impact on employee
productivity and work/life balance.
Espresa, Palo Alto, Calif.
Ion Tuition has launched a student-loan-benefits package designed to enable
employers to assist their workers in
paying off their student loans.
The Ion Tuition.com portal offers
employers the option to provide
employees with automated student-loan
payments made via payroll deductions,
as well as a payment-contribution system
similar to 401(k)-contribution programs.
The portal also provides employers with
an elective benefit for their employees,
helping them to set up student-loan
payments via payroll deduction, allocate
optional employer contributions,
establish optimal repayment strategies
and monitor their student loans.
Price varies based on eligible
employee population and whether the
employer provides contribution payments
along with Ion Tuition’s student-loan
counseling and self-service web tools.
Ion Tuition, Rolling Meadows, Ill.
Vohtr Inc. has launched its real-time
employee-feedback system, a platform
designed to help companies collect daily
insights from their employees on all
aspects of the business and corporate
Employees can express their opinions
anonymously by responding to daily
survey-style questions, via kiosks placed
on location or via mobile apps. All survey
results are available immediately. In
addition, HR teams can choose questions
from Vohtr’s library of topics, or select
from questions suggested by employees
or management. The platform also offers
tools to track historical-data changes over
Price varies based on the
configuration of the Vohtr platform.
Vohtr Inc., Staunton, Va.
TalentFirst has introduced the
TalentFirst platform, a cloud-based,
mobile-first suite of applications designed
to help organizations provide their
employees with consistent and timely
Available in 18 languages, the
platform provides regular, ongoing
coaching as well as peer-to-peer sharing
and communication. TalentFirst also
allows managers to recognize employee
achievements in real time, and to set
employee goals that can be reviewed and
modified as needed.
TalentFirst, Bridgewater, N.J.