Marianne Gattinella is a broadly skilled strategic HR Business Partner. Her accomplishments include implementing leadership development, talent management, executive coaching, succession planning, and organizational transformation and change management initiatives. She has deep and varying experiences as a collaborative, business driven HR leader who has supported senior and c-suite executives primarily in Financial Services.
Marianne is currently Senior Vice President, Human Resources at the National September 11 Memorial & Museum where she leads the Human Resources function for the institution. In her role, she has responsibility for overseeing the future direction of Human Resources as it transforms to a strategic business partner.
Previously, as Vice President HR at S&P Global, she had responsibility for delivering strategic human resource plans to the global Enterprise functions. In that position, she led the Talent, Selection and Staffing process for the Company’s Growth and Value Plan and assumed a lead role in the HR Transformation initiative. She also led the Employee Relations Center of Expertise.
Prior to S&P Global, she held various business partner roles at companies including New York Life International (NYLI), Lehman Brothers, Citibank and The Travelers. While at NYLI, she gained extensive international human resources experience and accepted a one year oversees assignment in Hong Kong.
Marianne has a MBA from the University of Hartford and a BS in Management from the University of Rhode Island. She is certified in Myers Briggs, Evaluation/Assessment interviews and other organizational assessment tools. Marianne is on the Board of Directors for New York Human Resources Planning & Strategy and University of Rhode Island Alumni Association. She is a member of the Greenwich Junior League and volunteers for other local civic organizations.