Tue, 4 June 2019

Phil Donnelly Joins Travelport as Chief People Officer

Travelport has appointed Phil Donnelly as Chief People Officer.

Phil joined the company on Monday, and will be based in Travelport’s global headquarters in Berkshire, England.

Phil Donnelly. Click to enlarge.

Phil was most recently Chief Talent Officer at Borden Ladner Gervais, one of Canada’s largest full-service law firms. Prior to that he was Chief People Officer at White and Case, an US-headquartered global law firm. Phil has also worked as Managing Director of Human Resources for the private equity investment firm Dubai International Capital and European Head of Human Resources at Willis Towers Watson, a leading global advisory, broking and solutions company. He spent five years as Global People Leader for the Ernst and Young Corporate Finance business.

Gordon Wilson, President and CEO of Travelport, said, “A relentless focus on talent, its development and acquisition is fundamental to the success of Travelport going forward. Phil brings this together with truly international experience of business transformation and changing business operating models at scale. He is a welcome addition to our leadership team and joins the company at a very exciting time as we have just moved from the public markets into private ownership.”

Phil’s early career included six years as a Flight Lieutenant in Britain’s Royal Air Force.

He has a BA in Economics from Manchester University and an MA in Human Resource Management from Bristol Business School.

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