Printer Friendly

NSTAR Names New Head of Human Resources.

BOSTON -- NSTAR Electric & Gas is pleased to announce the appointment of Christine Carmody as Senior Vice President of Human Resources. Carmody is currently the Vice President of Organizational Effectiveness at NSTAR and is in charge of acquiring, developing and retaining diverse, quality talent for the company. In her new role Carmody will lead all of NSTAR's Human Resources operations including Employee and Labor Relations, Compensation and Benefits, Human Resources Information Systems, Safety, Security, Health Services, Organizational Effectiveness, Staffing, Technology Training and Diversity.

"Chris has a proven track record of driving organizational change to achieve customer-focused results and a better working environment," said Thomas J. May, NSTAR Chairman, President and CEO. "Human Resources plays a vital role in ensuring we deliver great service to our customers and I am thrilled to have Chris heading up this important area."

Since joining NSTAR in 1996, Carmody has held positions of increasing responsibility in human resources. She developed and implemented a corporate integration strategy following the merger of Boston Edison and ComEnergy. The plan focused on engaging employees in the new company's business direction to improve customer satisfaction and company performance.

Carmody has also worked as an independent consultant specializing in leadership development, coaching and organizational change in the telecommunications, healthcare and utility industries. Prior to joining NSTAR, Carmody held human resource positions at Talbot's and Bradlees, Inc.

Carmody holds a master's degree in business administration from Anna Maria College, and a bachelor's degree in liberal arts from the College of the Holy Cross.

NSTAR is the largest Massachusetts-based, investor-owned electric and gas utility. The company transmits and delivers electricity and natural gas to 1.4 million customers in Eastern and Central Massachusetts, including more than one million electric customers in 81 communities and 300,000 gas customers in 51 communities.
COPYRIGHT 2008 Business Wire
No portion of this article can be reproduced without the express written permission from the copyright holder.
Copyright 2008 Gale, Cengage Learning. All rights reserved.

 Reader Opinion

Title:

Comment:



 

Article Details
Printer friendly Cite/link Email Feedback
Publication:Business Wire
Date:Jul 31, 2008
Words:297
Previous Article:Volkswagen Implements Language Server of Across Systems.
Next Article:Graham Corporation Appoints Alan Fortier to Board of Directors.
Topics:


Related Articles
NSTAR Foundation Donates $250,000 to Keep Families Warm This Winter; Boston's ABCD To Receive $80,000.
Conferencing provides disaster link: in-house solution provides cost savings over outsourcing alternative.
NSTAR Receives National Recognition for Tree Care; Named by the National Arbor Day Foundation as a Tree Line USA Utility.
NSTAR Trims Trees To Improve Service Reliability.
NSTAR Negotiates $116 Million Refund for Customers.
NSTAR Named Tree Line USA Utility by the National Arbor Day Foundation.
Business briefs.
NSTAR Launches Latest Effort to Help Customers "Go Green".
Energy talk heats up.
NSTAR Proposes Expanded Efficiency Programs in Time for Heating Season.

Terms of use | Copyright © 2015 Farlex, Inc. | Feedback | For webmasters