Training & Development
ERA is excited to announce that Michael Denisoff has been selected as the new President & CEO of ERA. He will officially assume the role on September 3.
Michael is a strategic, innovative and transformational Human Resource executive with over 20 years of experience leading and managing the development of global teams and organizations across diverse industries, including healthcare, retail and manufacturing. Most recently Michael served as the Associate VP of Talent Management and Acquisition for Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center. His experience also included leadership and organizational management roles with Johnson and Johnson, Luxottica and Fluor Corporation. Michael has also built and grown a successful management and business consulting practice working with clients ranging from small start-ups to Fortune 500 companies. With an eye toward an innovative approach and leveraging his strong coaching skills Michael has guided his organizations and clients through all aspects of both the design and execution of an organization's talent and business development strategies. Michael earned his bachelor's degree in Theology from The University of Notre Dame and an MBA from Loyola Marymount University. Michael has also attained his SPHR certification and is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC). An avid outdoorsman Michael is also on the Board of Directors for the Outdoor Survival School in Boulder, Colorado.
We would also like to extend our sincere gratitude to John Kramer for his outstanding leadership as interim President & CEO. John will remain in place until the end of September to assist with the transition.
Please join us in welcoming Michael to our team and we look forward to his leadership!
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