BrownWinick Hires Rachel Passage as Chief People Officer
We are delighted to share that Rachel Passage has joined BrownWinick as our new Chief People Officer. Rachel comes to us with a wealth of experience and expertise in human resources and change management. With a deep commitment to fostering a positive and inclusive work environment, Rachel will be instrumental in driving our people-centric initiatives forward. Her strategic mindset and dedication to employee growth align seamlessly with our values, and we are excited to see her contributions take shape.
“The Chief People Officer is a new position for our firm,” said Sean Moore, the firm’s managing partner. “I believe Rachel’s expertise and leadership will be pivotal in this role towards fostering a culture of growth, development and excellence within our organization.”
Rachel is a collaborative and consultative leader with a strong foundation in business acumen dedicated to weaving a human-centric approach into the realm of HR. Her goal is to create an environment where strategy, results and genuine care for people come together seamlessly.
Rachel has learned in her career that leadership is a continuous journey of learning and adapting. Her approach to leadership is founded on building meaningful connections with teams and stakeholders, allowing everyone to work together toward shared goals. With a deep understanding of business dynamics and a keen sense of strategic thinking, Rachel is committed to driving strategies that deliver tangible results. Rachel believes that people are at the heart of any organization and fostering a supportive and inclusive environment is essential for both individual growth and overall success.
Before BrownWinick, Rachel was Vice President of HR at GXO Logistics Inc, the world's largest pure-play contract logistics provider. Throughout her 11-year tenure at GXO, Rachel navigated numerous transformations due to acquisitions and spin-offs that significantly shaped her professional journey.