Senior Vice President & Chief Human Resources Officer
Patricia Glorioso is Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer, for Rockefeller Group. She has served as head of Corporate Human Resources since 2003. She joined the company in 1996 in the Human Resources department of Cushman and Wakefield, Inc., a former Rockefeller Group subsidiary, where she managed the firm’s employment and employee relation’s activities and provided general human resources support for the Rockefeller Group. At C&W, Ms. Glorioso was also responsible for planning events and community outreach endeavors, including the firm’s annual United Way of New York City Campaign and fundraising activities for The New York Business Group on Health.
Before joining Rockefeller Group, Ms. Glorioso served as of Assistant Executive Director of Just One Break, Inc, (JOB), a not-for-profit employment and education organization for people with disabilities. At JOB, which she joined in 1993, Ms. Glorioso worked to establish a Business Advisory Committee to broaden career opportunities for the disabled and to increase financial support through program grants and fundraising. Ms. Glorioso developed a grant for the organization to launch its college intern program, in which several Fortune 500 companies participated by hiring and mentoring students with disabilities. At JOB, she was also a contributing member of the New York City mayor’s Council for People with Disabilities.
Ms. Glorioso began her career in human resources in 1987 at Merrill Lynch, & Co, Inc., in recruitment, training and development, and employee relations.
Ms. Glorioso was an active member of several of the firm’s taskforces and committees, including the Win-Smith Memorial Foundation, which provided financial assistance to employees and their families in times of crisis, and the Diversity Committee, which established retention and mentoring programs for women and minorities. Merrill Lynch’s community outreach activities were of particular interest to Pat. Ms. Glorioso also volunteered with Merrill Lynch’s community outreach activities, conducting interview readiness training for program participants of Fountain House, a corporate project aimed at helping people with drug and alcohol addictions to reclaim their lives and careers.