Denise Grodé joins Cirrus Logic as Director of Human Resources


AUSTIN, Texas–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Cirrus Logic Inc. (Nasdaq: CRUS) today announced that Denise Grodé has joined its leadership team as Chief Human Resources Officer. In this role, she will be responsible for the global human resources and corporate communications teams.

“With over 20 years of experience, Denise is an accomplished leader with a proven track record of aligning human resources strategy with business goals. She is uniquely qualified to help us advance the HR programs necessary to attract, retain and manage the global talent we need to exceed our clients’ expectations and maximize our organizational effectiveness,” said John Forsyth, President and Chief Executive Officer. management of Cirrus Logic. “Denise will also play an important role in promoting diversity and inclusion, developing our leaders and reinforcing our world-class corporate culture.”

Denise joins Cirrus Logic from Centene Corporation where she served as Regional Vice President, Global Talent Management, Employee Experience and Centene University. While there, she was instrumental in leading a company-wide human resources transformation, developing a high-level culture, and ensuring employee experiences aligned with the company strategy. Prior to Centene, she served as Vice President of Global Talent Management and Corporate Human Resources for Lennox International. She holds an MBA from the University of Texas at Dallas and a bachelor’s degree in international business administration from Missouri State University.

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