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Amy Halliburton joins Hub International as new chief human resources officer

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January 30, 2023
By Talent Canada

Amy Halliburton, CHRO at Hub International. Photo: LinkedIn

Hub International Limited (HUB), a global insurance brokerage and financial services firm, announced that Amy Halliburton has joined as chief human resources officer (CHRO). Halliburton will be responsible for all HUB human resource strategic initiatives including talent acquisition and management, it said.

“Focusing on our people has been our greatest asset to driving HUB’s success. Our continued growth depends on attracting and retaining high-performing talent, making HUB the best place to work while redefining the workplace of the future,” said Marc Cohen, president and CEO of HUB. “I am pleased to welcome Amy to HUB, as she brings deep experience in human resources management, global talent development, employee relations and executive leadership.”

Halliburton, along with the HUB HR team, will support more than 16,000 employees and oversee all aspects of human resources including recruitment, learning and development, recognition and retention, diversity, and total rewards.

“HUB cares deeply about its people and knows that its continued success will be due to excellent, passionate and engaged employees,” said Halliburton. “My focus is to build cutting-edge talent strategies to scale growth, with a strong emphasis on creating great employee experiences as they move up the career ladder.”


Halliburton brings 25 years of human resources leadership and experience with her. Most recently, she was vice-president HR for Gallagher’s U.S. Brokerage division and prior to that was human resources director for Aon Hewitt. She also held HR and employee relations positions with CNH Industrial, Abbott Laboratories and Williams Companies. Halliburton will report to Cohen and serve on the HUB Executive Management Team.

Halliburton received a BA in Political Science from Washington University in St. Louis.

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