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  BearingPoint has appointed Rick Martino as executive vice president of Global Human Resources.
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BearingPoint appoints global HR head

Martino has more than 25 years of experience leading and transforming Human Resources programs. Martino joins BearingPoint from the March of Dimes Foundation, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to improving maternal health and preventing birth defects, where, for the past seven years, he led all aspects of human resources, payroll and purchasing. He managed the successful redesign of the organization's compensation plan, performance management system, benefits, employee orientation and human resources operations, as well as reduced overall employee attrition and significantly enhanced the organization's training and development programs.

Prior to the March of Dimes, Martino spent 18 years in a variety of human resources positions at IBM. Most recently, as vice president of Global Talent, he was responsible for IBM's global staffing, learning and development, diversity, human resources information technology, global mobility and knowledge management strategy.

“Rick brings extensive global experience and perspective in human resources to BearingPoint,” said Ed Harbach, BearingPoint's president and chief operating officer. “We are committed to being a world-class employer and Rick will help us not only maintain that status, but continue our path toward excellence in every aspect of human resources.”

Martino graduated from American University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics and Political Science, and later earned a Master's in Business Administration from Cornell University's Johnson Graduate School of Management.


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