News: Nokia appoints Lorna Gibb as chief people officer


Nokia appoints Lorna Gibb as chief people officer

Before being named chief people officer, Lorna Gibb has been serving as the interim chief people officer since March 2024.
Nokia appoints Lorna Gibb as chief people officer

Nokia has appointed Lorna Gibb as chief people officer and member of the Group Leadership Team, effective immediately. Lorna Gibb who joined Nokia in 2020 has been Nokia’s Interim Chief People Officer since March 2024.

In this role, she is responsible for leading Nokia's global people (CPO) leadership team and implementing its people strategy in line with business and commercial objectives.  She leads an international team building strong, trusted partnerships and delivering innovative, strategic solutions across the globe.

Before this role, she served as Vice President, Labor and Employment, being a member of Nokia’s People and Legal & Compliance Leadership Teams. 

Lorna has over 20 years of experience in people leadership roles for large-scale global businesses in various industries and geographies. 

Before joining Nokia, she held roles as Global People Director for Skyscanner and People Partner/Director for EasyJet, where she spearheaded cross border organisational and cultural transformation. Lorna will be based in Finland and reports to Nokia’s President and Chief Executive Officer, Pekka Lundmark.

“I believe that our people are what makes us great at Nokia. To enable our talented employees worldwide to keep doing what they do best, I’m looking forward to leading the evolution of our culture and people strategy, providing the tools and support to drive innovation," Lorna Gibb commented.

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