Natalie Schilling
Vice President of Human Resources
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With over 25 years of global and cross-industry HR experience, Natalie Schilling was appointed to her present position in December 2010.  In this role, she has primary responsibility for all aspects of human resource management to include developing human resource strategies, policies, and programs linked to business objectives, talent acquisition and development, succession planning, employee engagement, performance management, employee relations, merger, acquisition and divestiture activities and support for GPP’s global growth initiatives. 

Natalie joined Alcoa as Manager, Corporate Compensation in 2003 supporting the company’s compensation program design, executive compensation, and the North America compensation center of expertise.  She led the Global Compensation and Benefits center of expertise and provided direction on total reward strategies.  In addition, she was accountable for expatriate policy and design and the mergers, acquisitions and divestitures human resources function.  Most recently she was the Vice President, Human Resources for the Engineered Products and Solutions Group.

Natalie brings 15 years of previous HR experience from the former Unocal Corporation (Chevron) and Discovery Communications.  Natalie's roles have included international HR, merger and acquisition HR integration, recruiting, staffing, employee relations, organizational development and talent initiatives in several units of Unocal.

Natalie attended the University of California, Santa Barbara and University of Phoenix and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Business Management and obtained an executive master’s degree in Human Resource Leadership from Rutgers University. 

She has previously been a member of the Rutgers Advisory Board for the Center for HR and is currently on the Advisory Board for the Michigan State University School of Human Resources and Labor Relations.  She is also a member of The Conference Board Council for Division HR Leaders.

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