Chief Talent Officer
Kelly Noguerol is responsible for building Lightspeed Research’s global framework of human resource management principles, guidelines and practices. In her role, she is also instrumental in building organizational capability and optimizing the motivation and commitment of Lightspeed Research’s staff to drive performance and individual and team contribution.
Prior to joining Lightspeed Research in 2005, Kelly spent 10 years at ORIX USA Corporation, a Japanese-based financial services company. In her role as Senior Vice President, Human Resources, she was part of a senior leadership team that drove a major two-year turnaround initiative. She established a solid track record of driving business performance and successfully implemented strategic HR initiatives. Prior to this assignment, Kelly held an HR leadership position supporting business units and corporate staff.
Before joining ORIX USA Corporation, she held a senior level human resources position in a corporate environment responsible for workplace development, benefits and compensation, staffing, and HR processes and information management.
Kelly earned a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Rutgers University.
February 14, 2012
How Romantic Are You?By Kelly Noguerol, Chief Talent Officer
It’s Valentine’s Day and our thoughts turn to romance and those we love. At Lightspeed Research, there’s nothing we love more than a good survey. So we surveyed our employees around the world about how they plan to celebrate their love on this special day. First, we asked our Read More...
Category: Industry News
Posted on February 14, 2012
October 26, 2011
Want to Scare a Lightspeed Research Employee? Try a Snake or an InsectBy Kelly Noguerol, Chief Talent Officer
All Hallows Eve approaches. To distract us from debates of GOP presidential hopefuls, RIM service issues and other things that really scare us, we surveyed our employees around the world about what frightens them most. Here’s what they said: Among employees in the America’s Region, snakes were the scariest, followed Read More...
Category: Survey Best Practices
Posted on October 26, 2011