Who’s on the move: April 13, 2020

by Inside Logistics Online Staff
Holly Tyson

Zebra Technologies Corporation has appointed Holly Tyson as chief human resources officer (CHRO), effective April 20. In this role, Tyson will lead Zebra’s Human Resources (HR) organization, which includes responsibilities for Zebra’s global organizational development, talent acquisition, rewards and benefits as well as culture strategies, among other talent-centric responsibilities. She succeeds Mike Terzich who is leaving the organization after a 28-year tenure at Zebra. Tyson joins Zebra with more than 20 years of experience holding global HR leadership roles, most recently, as CHRO for DICK’S Sporting Goods.

Scott Hebert

Scott Hebert has joined Syspro USA as chief sales officer. Hebert’s career spans nearly three decades working  at companies like IBM, Salesforce.com, Box.com, Accurate, and most recently, Zadara. He received numerous awards during his tenure at IBM for sales and customer success in the enterprise and emerging market space. Hebert earned a MBA at San Diego State University, and is active in leading philanthropic efforts at Syspro and in his community.

Christopher Scott

Chemonics International has named Christopher Scott its new executive vice-president. Scott has more than 20 years of experience managing international development projects both worldwide and within Eastern Europe, Central Asia, and the Middle East, including 10 years serving as a member of Chemonics’ executive management team. In his new role, Scott will oversee Chemonics’ global health and supply chain portfolio, leading efforts to implement sustainable supply chains, improve health service delivery, and scale up innovative approaches in developing country environments. Most recently, he served as senior vice-president at Chemonics, overseeing implementation of the USAID Global Health Supply Chain Program-Procurement and Supply Management (GHSC-PSM) project. Scott has served for three years as chief of party for USAID’s Ukraine Confidence Building Initiative in Kiev, for two years with the Palestinian Authority Capacity Enhancement Project in the West Bank, and as senior vice president of Chemonics’ Middle East regional business unit. Scott holds a J.D. from the John Marshall Law School and a B.A. in political science.

– April 13, 2020