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Oceus Names 30-Year Vet Catherine Caudell HR Lead; Doug Smith Comments

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Catherine Caudell

Oceus Networks has appointed 30-year human resources veteran Catherine Caudell a vice president, where she will lead the company’s HR function and serve as the company’s strategic HR partner.

The company said she will oversee change leadership, integration, inclusion, leadership coaching and development, organization optimization, talent management, workforce planning, employee relations, benefits and compensation.

President and CEO Doug Smith said Caudell brings experience in developing and executing HR strategies to the management team.

Before joining Oceus, Caudell served as chief administrative officer and HR VP for SI Global and held executive leadership roles with Tel-Star Communications and The Deming Institute.

She will complete a Ph. D. in HR management and performance from the University of Michigan later this year, Oceus said.

In February, the company announced the appointment of Cal Shintani as chief growth officer, where Shintani oversees the company’s activity in business development and mergers and acquisitions.

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