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JLL Announces New Head of HR Americas

Raymond Hall will assume responsibility for JLL’s HR team in the Americas from Global CHRO Mary Bilbrey who has filled the position on an interim basis.

Hall joins JLL from the Larry H. Miller Group of Companies where he was CHRO, and will serve as a member of JLL’s Global HR Leadership Team and Americas Executive Committee, working closely with Americas CEO Greg O’Brien.

After a career in the army, Hall worked in a variety of industries and roles at organizations including the International Paper Company, Cargill, Ulteig and Flowserve Corporation. He brings broad experience in talent management, diversity and inclusion, leadership development and coaching, executive compensation and succession planning gained in the United States and internationally.

He holds an MBA degree from Pepperdine University.

Announcing the appointment, Bilbrey said:

“Raymond is an exceptional leader and we are thrilled to welcome him to JLL.

“His deep experience coupled with his passion for creating great places to work will ensure we continue to develop the best talent to serve our clients and drive innovation for our business.”

Hall added:

“JLL has a strong reputation for investing in its people.

“I look forward to joining the team and continuing to make JLL the best place for talented people to build their careers.”

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