Sony Pictures Announces New Head of Worldwide Human Resources
Culver City, CA – Kesa Tsuda has been named Senior Vice President, Worldwide Human Resources, for Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE) it was announced today by Beth Berke, Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer, to whom Tsuda will report.
Tsuda will lead SPE’s Human Resources Department, including its offices in Culver City, Hong Kong, London, Miami and New York. "Kesa is a talented professional with more than twenty years of experience in financial and business operations and human resources,” said Berke. “She has experience in the entertainment and technology industries, a combination that is especially valuable in this digital age. I know she will lead this crucial department with skill, compassion and vision.”
“Sony Pictures is an exciting, global entertainment company with a very creative, diverse and committed workforce,” said Tsuda. “I look forward to working with Beth Berke and with everyone in the Human Resources Department to ensure that we’re providing SPE employees around the world with the tools and resources they need to fulfill our company’s goals.”
Within the Human Resources Department, Business Partner Managers and Regional HR Directors work with the management of SPE’s divisions to deliver HR programs and initiatives and provide day to day client services, such as staffing, training and providing information on the company’s policies and benefits.
Tsuda comes to Sony Pictures after six years as Vice President of Human Resources at Idealab, a business incubator based on Pasadena and Boston. She has previously served in leadership roles in the human resources departments of Aspen Marketing, Launch Media and Universal Pictures. In addition, Tsuda was Director of Business Operations at Comcast, Content & Communications (C3) and Director of Financial Planning and Administration at NBC in Burbank. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from the University of California, Los Angeles. Tsuda is a certified member of the Society for Human Resource Management and the World At Work association.
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