Freeman expands US leadership team

Freeman has expanded its senior leadership team in the US with the appointment of Martha Lien May as executive vice president of people and inclusion.

Holly Lawrence, senior manager human resources at Freeman EMEA
Holly Lawrence, senior manager human resources at Freeman EMEA

The new role was created to support Freeman’s expansion and its focus on attracting and growing talent.


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With an expanding workforce of 7,000 employees, including 2,000 outside of the US, the role is designed to preserve the Freeman culture and support employees, now and in the future, as the company’s strategic growth plan unfolds. 

Speaking on the appointment in EMEA, Holly Lawrence, senior manager human resources at Freeman EMEA commented: "We recognise that our people are key to Freeman’s success here in the EMEA region. They form an integral part of our Vision 2018 proposition, which is focused on not only recruiting top talent, but nurturing existing talent through the provision of training and resources, and by continuing to foster a collaborative, value-driven culture."

Freeman CEO Joe Popolo added: "Our clients tell us every day that our people are our true competitive advantage. As we work to fulfill our purpose and expand our global brand on behalf of these clients, Martha will be a champion for our global workforce."

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