WESROC parent company adds vice president

September 11, 2019 By     0 Comments

Anova, parent company of propane tank monitoring solutions provider WESROC, added Danelle DiLibero as its vice president of people and culture.

Headshot: Danelle DiLibero, Anova

DiLibero

DiLibero, the company says, will lead end-to-end employee experience, ensuring Anova has the key strategies in place to accelerate a culture of performance excellence, high engagement and continuous improvement. In her new role, DiLibero will establish the overall people and talent strategies and organizational development plans to attract and develop top talent.

DiLibero has more than 20 years of experience within various industries. She joins Anova from her most recent position as the global head of talent acquisition at Verisk Analytics.

“Danelle will be fundamental in strengthening the experience we provide to the Anova family,” Chet Reshamwala, Anova CEO, says. “She brings deep experience in building resilient people operations, while also developing a strong workplace culture rooted in values, brand, and transparency. We truly have the best team on the planet driving our business, and our investment in their careers is a top priority.”

DiLibero is an active conference speaker and panelist on the topics of HR tech, candidate experience, diversity best practices and the future of work. In 2015, DiLibero was requested to participate in a discussion with the U.S. Secretary of Commerce to discuss job-ready education and education debt. She also enjoys time as an advisory board member to Starship HSA and NetWorkWise. In the non-profit world, DiLibero is an annual volunteer at the Patriot Outpost, a military hospitality venue at Professional Golf Association tournaments, and with The Laurus Project.

“The Anova leadership have built a unique and successful organization by fostering a culture that enables its team to do their very best work each day,” DiLibero says. “In an era of heightened corporate transparency, greater workforce mobility and added skills gaps, [Reshamwala] recognizes that culture, engagement and retention are key challenges for business leaders. I am excited to have the opportunity to shape Anova as it continues to encourage a culture defined by meaningful work, deep employee engagement and strong leadership. We’re setting a standard, and I can’t imagine a more exciting time to come aboard!”

Joe McCarthy

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Joe McCarthy is an Associate Editor of LP Gas Magazine. You can contact him at jmccarthy@northcoastmedia.net and at 216-363-7930.

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