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  • Constance Williams Named Senior Vice President and Head of Human Resources, Americas, Sony Music Entertainment
  • Aug 28, 2018

New York – August 28, 2018—Constance Williams has been named Senior Vice President and Head of Human Resources, Americas for Sony Music Entertainment, it was announced today by Dasha Smith Dwin, EVP & Global Chief Human Resources Officer, Sony Music Entertainment.

Based in New York, Williams will report to Smith Dwin and lead Sony Music’s talent acquisition, talent management and organizational development functions in the Americas.

Stated Smith Dwin, “Constance is a highly experienced, successful human resources executive who knows how to deliver forward thinking HR insights. I look forward to her helping Sony Music continue to develop a best in class employee experience.”

Stated Williams, “I would like to thank Dasha for this amazing opportunity. Sony Music is an iconic global leader in entertainment, and I am extremely proud to be part of the team here. I look forward to partnering with management to develop innovative and impactful HR approaches that help the company meet its business goals, enable our employees to thrive, and strengthen Sony Music’s position as an exceptional place to work.”

Williams joins Sony Music from her practice as principal of HR Ace Consulting, LLC, a management consulting firm. She also served as an adjunct professor at North Carolina Wesleyan College. Over the course of her career, Williams has held a number of executive level HR roles. Most recently, she was as Senior Vice President, HR Americas for IMG, a division of William Morris Endeavor, running all aspects of the Human Resources function. Prior to that she was Vice President, HR for Fiserv where she managed the global HR function for the company’s Investment Services Division. She has also previously held HR roles at Warner Media, American Express, Pepsi, Nabisco and Nielsen Media. She holds an M.A. in Organization Psychology from Columbia University and a B.S. in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University.

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