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LP names new HR SVP

Robin Hirsch Everhart named as chief human resources and transformation officer.

BY HBSDealer Staff

Louisiana-Pacific Corporation has named Robin Hirsch Everhart to the position of senior vice president, chief human resources and transformation officer.

In her new role, Everhart is responsible for all human resources functions and will play an integral role by ensuring a link between the company’s transformational goals and its human resources programs, LP said.

“It’s been a pleasure getting to know Robin as part of the thorough executive search process. She is a great fit for LP because throughout her career she has driven transformational change,” LP CEO Brad Southern said. “She has fostered strong business relationships, helped create significant economic value and built high-performance business cultures. I am excited that Robin is joining our team and I am confident she will be a driver of our strategic transformation into a leading building solutions provider.”

Everhart joins LP from Cintas Corporation, where she served in a variety of strategic and operational leadership roles over the past 14 years, including most recently as senior vice president and chief diversity officer. Prior to Cintas she held senior corporate compliance roles at Winn Dixie and The Home Depot.

“I am honored to be joining LP at this pivotal time in the company’s history,” Everhart said. “I look forward to working with the LP leadership team to help drive transformational change and foster a high-impact employee performance culture that delivers results and value creation for shareholders.”

Everhart fills the vacancy created when Tim Harnett moved to Entekra, a company in which LP is a major investor, where he is a senior vice president of operations.

Last February LP, based in Nashville, Tenn., announced a brand and strategy change as the company unveiled its new name: LP Building Solutions.

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