CarvinClay People Development has appointed seasoned HR expert, Nixon Amoah-Awuah, as its first Managing Director with effect from 1st August, 2021.
His appointment follows Founder/ CEO Irene Asare’s decision to step down as the CEO of CarvinClay and assume an advisory role as a Non-Executive Director.
As an experienced HR practitioner with a track record of 20 years’ experience, Nixon will now oversee all the company’s operations as Managing Director.
Until his recent appointment, Nixon has been the Managing Partner of CarvinClay People Development and was responsible for client services. Prior to joining the Company, Nixon was the Head of HR of Tullow Ghana Limited. He has previously also worked in the ICT, Retail and Telecommunications industries.
Nixon holds a Master of Science degree in Oil & Gas Management from Coventry University and is a Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (UK) and a Member of the Chartered Institute of Human Resource Management (Ghana). He is a trained executive coach and a certified MBTI, EQi and Insights Discovery practitioner.
Commenting on the appointment, the Founder of CarvinClay, Irene Asare, congratulated Nixon on his new appointment and said “I have no doubts that Nixon Amoah-Awuah will continue to drive the company to success as its foremost Managing Director”. Irene further assures all stakeholders and the general public that the Company’s operations remain the same.
Welcoming the news, Nixon expressed appreciation to the company for the appointment. He stated: “I am grateful for this opportunity to lead the Company to the next level. It is sad to see Irene go, but in her new advisory role as Non-Executive Director, we will continue to benefit from her great experience. This is exciting news and I look forward to the bright future ahead”.
CarvinClay is a leading HR consulting firm with the focus on empowering businesses and their people through the provision of unrivalled and innovative Human Resource solutions to meet the current and future demands of the workplace.