Jacqui Canney

Jacqui Canney

Chief People Officer at WPP
New York, Etats-Unis

A propos

Jacqui is responsible for WPP’s global talent organization, making WPP the destination for the industry’s top talent and for leading all aspects of people strategy, rewards, talent management, recruiting, and leadership development and learning. Passionate about inclusivity and diversity, Jacqui is creating a new culture that empowers people to do their best work. Prior to joining WPP, she was Walmart's Chief People Officer and before Walmart, Jacqui played a pivotal role in helping support the rapid growth of Accenture for 25 years.


Global Chief People Officer
London, Royaume-Uni
June 2019 - Actuellement ici (1 an 2 mois)
EVP - Global People
August 2015 - July 2019 (3 ans 11 mois)
Senior Executive - Global Human Resources Accenture Digital, Technology, Operations, M&A
New York, Etats-Unis
May 2005 - 2015 (9 ans 8 mois)
Senior Executive - Human Resources -Communications and High Tech
New York, Etats-Unis
September 2005 - May 2007 (1 an 8 mois)
Senior Executive - Human Resourcs
New York, Etats-Unis
September 2003 - September 2005 (2 ans)
Global Enterprise Workforce HR lead
Various HR Business Partner Roles
New York, Etats-Unis
September 1993 - September 2003 (10 ans)
Human Resources
New York, Etats-Unis
1995 - 2000 (5 ans)
Arthur Andersen
September 1989 - September 1993 (4 ans)


June 2020 - June 2020 ()


1985 - 1989 (4 ans)

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