Motorola Appoints Scott A. Crum Senior Vice President, Human Resources, for Mobile Devices and Home Business
SCHAUMBURG, Ill., June 24 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Motorola, Inc. (NYSE: MOT) today announced that Scott A. Crum has been appointed senior vice president, Human Resources, for the Mobile Devices and Home business, effective July 19, 2010. Mr. Crum will lead the Mobile Devices and Home HR team.
"As Motorola prepares to separate, it is particularly important to have a capable and experienced HR function that is able to ensure continuity of business support while building and preparing both organizations for future success," said Sanjay Jha, co-chief executive officer of Motorola and chief executive officer of Motorola Mobile Devices and Home business. "Scott is a talented and accomplished HR professional with substantial public company and Board experience that I am confident will be invaluable as we proceed with our separation."
Crum joins Motorola from ITT Corporation where he served as senior vice president and director of Human Resources with global responsibility for ITT's human resources policy, strategy and leadership development for the last eight years. Crum also served on ITT's Strategic Council.
Prior to joining ITT, Crum was the head of human resources for General Instrument Corporation and became corporate vice president, Human Resources, when that company was acquired by Motorola. Prior to joining General Instrument, Crum held a number of HR roles at Northrop Grumman, LTV and Dresser Industries.
Crum holds a bachelor of science degree in business administration from Southern Methodist University.
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