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Jonathan Dunne, Chief People Officer at Deloitte Global

Jonathan Dunne,

Chief People Officer,

Deloitte Global

Jonathan Dunne, Chief People Officer at Deloitte Global

Jonathan Dunne is the chief people officer at management consulting firm Deloitte Global, working out of the New York City Metropolitan Area. His career over the past 20 years has focused predominantly on the fields of human resources, talent management and strategic change management, according to his LinkedIn profile.

As an experienced human resources leader, Dunne is focused on “creating an innovative and dynamic talent experience, building a strong culture and leading-edge development within a global environment.” He leads a customer-focused 150-strong team that operates as business partners, ensuring tangible and measurable results.

Dunne has been with Deloitte for 24 years. In his current role, he works with the leadership team to implement and drive a comprehensive talent strategy for Deloitte employees around the world – predominantly focused in North America, India and Europe. More recently, he has taken on additional portfolio responsibilities, including managing real estate, end-to-end communications strategy and administrative support services.

Dunne joined Deloitte in 1998 as a consultant. Over the next two decades, he steadily made his way up the management ladder, holding progressively ascending HR-related positions.

Dunne earned his BA in Human Resources and Industrial Relations degree from the National College of Ireland. He later earned his MBS in Organizational Effectiveness and HR from New York University.

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