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Mondiale VGL appoints executive

Supply chain business, Mondiale VGL, has strengthened its international senior leadership team.

Mondiale VGL has appointed Natasha Dunbier to the role of Chief People Officer, effective mid-November.

She previously held various senior executive human resources positions at construction firm, Fletcher Building.

Also, she has experience in partnering with leaders to facilitate and embed people strategies via the human resource management roles she held with Coca Cola Amatil NZ and Fonterra.

Mondiale VGL Group CEO, Ray Meade, said Dunbier will bring a deep knowledge of engagement, change management, talent management and strategic planning to the company.

“Natasha’s experience and expertise will add significant value to Mondiale VGL and its employee base of more than 1,500, both here in New Zealand and across our 63 global offices,” he said.

“Our people are our greatest asset, and I’m eager to work with Natasha to evolve the Mondiale VGL employee experience.”

Dunbier said: “Mondiale VGL is a rapidly growing business with a more than 30-year history of success centred around its people and its global network of relationships. I’m looking forward to building on this company culture to support ongoing success in the market and an employee experience that sees our people thrive in meaningful careers.”

Earlier this year, Mondiale VGL supported flood-impacted Lismore.

Last year, Mondiale VGL consolidated its national presence through acquisition.

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