Posted on May 4, 2018

Paul Schiavone was recently promoted to the position of Chief Human Resources Officer of Penn-Mar Human Services , a recognized leader in providing innovative, quality supports and services to hundreds of adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities in Maryland and Pennsylvania.

Paul Schiavone joined the nonprofit Penn-Mar in 2017, as Senior Director of Human Resources. As Penn-Mar’s new Chief Human Resources Officer, he is responsible for the management and leadership of all human resources functions, strategy, development and implementation, including talent acquisition and retention, organizational development, employment policies and programs, compensation, compliance, benefits, performance management, employee relations, staff development and training.

“I am so pleased to announce the promotion of Paul Schiavone to the role of Chief Human Resources Officer,” said Gregory T. Miller, Penn-Mar’s president and CEO. “Paul’s high level of strategic thinking, his commitment to supporting our staff and his leadership in building a high-performance HR team are key in ensuring we transform life into living for all members of the Penn-Mar family.”

Prior to joining Penn-Mar, Schiavone served as Director of Human Relations for McCormick Spice Company, performing HR roles in a manufacturing plant, research & development center, and in their corporate headquarters in Sparks, Md. Previous to that, he was Senior HR Manager for

Stanley Black & Decker in Towson, Md., and in manufacturing plants in Nashville, Tenn., and Easton, Md.

Schiavone is a graduate of Loyola University with a bachelor’s of business administration and management, and a master’s of business administration. He is a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) and a Certified Compensation Professional (CCP), and is a member of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM).

A father of four, Schiavone resides in Bel Air, Md., with his wife Dolores.

About Penn-Mar Human Services

Penn-Mar Human Services, founded in 1981, serves more than 400 adults with intellectual disabilities through its residential, respite, educational, vocational and supported employment programs in northern Baltimore, Carroll and Harford Counties in Maryland, and in southern York County in Pennsylvania.