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OKI Europe appoints new Vice President, Human Resources

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Press release from the issuing company

HR strategist Keren Chapman joins OKI Europe’s senior team 

Egham – OKI Europe Ltd has appointed Keren Chapman as Vice President, Human Resources, to be responsible for the development and implementation of all HR strategy across the company. In this role she will oversee all people-related functions within the organisation, including employee relations and communications, HR policy and processes, performance management, talent management and acquisition and compensation and benefits.

Chapman joined OKI Europe from INC Research where she worked as Senior Director, HR since 2012. Before this she held several key HR positions in a variety of sectors at both a strategic and operational level. She has also led many critical and successful HR initiatives globally. During this time she built her expertise in strategy, staffing, employee relations, re-engineering and organisational and leadership development. 

“Keren is a most welcome and valuable addition to the senior management team at OKI Europe,” said Terry Kawashima, Managing Director, OKI Europe Ltd. “Her experience and leadership will enable us to further nurture the considerable talent already within the organisation and ensure we can add the right skills for further growth and success.” 

“I am very pleased to be working with OKI Europe,” says Chapman. “It is an exciting time for the industry – and I am looking forward to playing a part in helping OKI meet the challenges ahead and realise their vision for the future.”



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