Amy Hanlon-Rodemich Leaves Nokia

Nokia announced Amy Hanlon-Rodemich, its Chief People Officer, will leave the company and step down from its Group Leadership Team.
Amy Hanlon-Rodemich NokiaFinland-based Nokia has started a recruitment process for finding her successor.

Amy Hanlon-Rodemich joined Nokia in 2022 and has been key to renewing the company’s people services and employee experience.

Lorna Gibb, Vice President, Labor & Employment, will assume the role of interim Chief People Officer for Nokia as the search commences, the telecom equipment maker said in a statement.