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Elise Nocito joins SDI

6/24/2013

SDI, a leader in MRO supply chain management services, announced that Elise Nocito has joined the company as Vice President, Human Resources.   As a member of the Executive Leadership Team, Elise will lead the company’s Human Resources Team.  “SDI is recognized as the innovator of integrated supply services for MRO.” Said SDI CEO, Andy Cvitanov.  “Elise brings a broad combination of skill sets to SDI and our Clients, further solidifying our industry leadership position.  With significant experience in service-based organizations, she brings a strong human resources background focused on delivering value through people and services.”

Elise has over 17 years of human resources leadership experience.  Most recently, she was Senior Director – Corporate Human Resources at ARAMARK Corporation, a global Fortune 250 food and facilities management services company, where she was responsible for providing generalist support across client groups including; HR, Employee and Labor Relations, IT, Finance, Global Risk Management, Global Sales, Global Talent Management, and Corporate Services.

Prior to joining ARAMARK, Elise was a senior human resources business partner at Independence Blue Cross and before that was a human resources generalist at Quest Diagnostics.  She has a demonstrated track record of being a valued business partner, driving change and delivering results.

Elise earned her bachelor’s degree from Temple University with a concentration in Organizational Communication and Human Resources.

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