Shire’s global head of HR joins senior leadership team

annThe global specialty biopharmaceutical firm has promoted its Senior Vice President of global human resources to the senior leadership team.

Ann Judge (pictured left) joins the biopharmaceutical company’s leadership team following over 20 years of global HR experience in the pharmaceutical, chemical and oil and gas industries. She initially joined Shire in 2010 as Senior Vice President of the HR team.

Over her career, Judge has also held roles with Dow Chemical and Wyeth Pharmaceuticals.

Shire has also announced the promotion of David Colpman, Senior Vice President, who will assume responsibility for leading Shire’s global business development team, effective 1 June 2012.

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