Rebecca Fisher is the new Chief Human Resources Officer at Leeward Renewable energy company; a corporation that owns and operates a portfolio of 22 renewable energy facilities across nine states totaling approximately 2,000 megawatts of generating capacity.
Firstly, Rebecca “Becky” Fisher will now report directly to the company’s CEO, Jason Allen; she will be in charge of leading the company’s human resources strategy and systems, talent acquisition, talent management; total rewards, also, diversity & inclusion, and cultural development.
Secondly, Ms. Rebecca Fisher will bring to Leeward more than 25 years of strategic leadership in Human Resources, with progressive experience directing all aspects of HR for small-, mid- and large-cap organizations.
Thirdly, she spent the majority of her career in PepsiCo, Inc.; where she led large-scale organizational and culture transformation and talent management. There she spent 14 years, period of time in which she performed as Vice President of Human Resources, among many other charges.
Moreover, the last two years, Ms. Rebecca Fisher provided strategic HR consulting to private and public companies as HR and Business Consultant at Fisher Consulting Partners, LLC. She also currently serves on the board of directors of SunOpta where she chairs the compensation committee.
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Rebecca Fisher to push Leeward’s corporate culture, and diversity
In addition, about her appointing, Mr. Allen commented. “Becky Fisher is a very talented professional, and also a leader with a commitment to improving business performance by implementing innovative and tailored HR systems and processes.”
He also added. “We are thrilled to welcome Rebecca Fisher, Becky, to Leeward. Also, her deep expertise and proven success in transforming organizations; aligning cultures with business strategies, and developing employees will be critical to advance Leeward’s platform; and also, HR strategies as we continue to grow.”
On the other hand, Leeward is an active developer of wind, solar, and energy storage projects in energy markets across the U.S., with 17 gigawatts under development spanning over 100 projects.
Finally, Leeward is a portfolio company of OMERS Infrastructure; the investment arm of OMERS; Canada’s largest pension plans.