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Stacey Hoin

We sat down with Stacey Hoin and learned that when facing a crisis, her team at GE Capital has made an emphasis on the ability to focus, prioritize, and communicate. This strong culture helps their talent place trust in the organization and prepares them to be resilient for the future of work.
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Stacey Hoin

Executive Vice President of Human Resources at GE Capital

Stacey Hoin is the executive vice president of Human Resources at GE Capital. She is responsible for developing organizational and talent strategies and leading the company’s global HR team. She has been with GE for over 30 years and has held a number of roles of increasing complexity across the company.

Before taking on her current post in 2016, Stacey was GE Capital’s Organization & Talent Development leader and was responsible for driving organizational effectiveness in support of the company’s business strategy.

Stacey started her career with GE in the Lawyers’ Development Program. She then moved to GE Capital’s Retail Finance business where she served as business counsel and labor and employment counsel. In 2002, she joined Retail Finance’s Human Resources team as manager of Organizational Design and Growth. After a series of roles in that business, in 2008 she was named the HR leader for Corporate Treasury and in 2011 she was named the Senior HR leader for GE’s Commercial & Communications function.


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