Black & Veatch Names New President and Chief Human Resources Officer

Chosen for her “progressive leadership
experience,” Stephanie Hasenbos-Case will elevate and align the
company’s talent strategies for growth

OVERLAND PARK, Kan.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Stephanie Hasenbos-Case, a proven leader in helping human resources
organizations drive professional growth and revenue goals, has been
named President and Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) for Black &
Veatch. As a key member of the executive leadership team, Hasenbos-Case
will be responsible for leading all elements of HR, talent and
organizational capability for the company.

The role will see Hasenbos-Case wearing multiple hats: She will also
serve as Secretary to the Compensation & Development Committee of the
Board of Directors, which focuses on executive compensation, talent
management and succession planning; and Chairman and Secretary of the
Administrative Committee for Employee Benefits, which has fiduciary
responsibility for the company’s retirement plans and employee benefits.
She will also serve as Executive Sponsor of the Black & Veatch
Foundation, the company’s charitable arm.

Hasenbos-Case comes to Black & Veatch from Grant Thornton International,
where she led human resources in a dual role devoted to creating and
implementing successful people and client experience strategies. Her
professional experience includes consulting and corporate leadership
roles with several high-profile companies including Accenture, Bank of
America, Deloitte, H&R Block and Sears.

“Stephanie was selected not only for her impressive international
experience, but for her proven track record of leading large-scale
growth transformations and helping organizations meet their strategic
business goals,” said Steve Edwards, Chairman and Chief Executive
Officer of Black & Veatch. “I am confident she will foster an
environment that supports Black & Veatch’s global strategies while
strengthening our ONE B&V culture, which will allow us to continue to
deliver safe, timely results to all our customers.”

She holds a bachelor’s degree in international business from Notre Dame,
where she has also completed advanced courses in
marketing/communications. She and her family will be relocating to
Kansas City from London.

“I’m proud to join Black & Veatch in a role that is designed to help
carry the company forward, and to build upon the company’s reputation
for not only meeting customer expectations, but for treating its
employee-owners in a fair and sustainable manner,” Hasenbos-Case said.

Editor’s Notes:

  • Hasenbos-Case has a transformational leadership diploma from Oxford
  • She is involved in numerous volunteer activities, including serving on
    the University of Notre Dame Alumni Advisory Council, Dom Cabral
    Global Advisory Board and Sue Duncan Children’s Center Foundation
  • Please click
    to download a high-resolution image of Hasenbos-Case.

About Black & Veatch

Black & Veatch is an employee-owned, global leader in building critical
human infrastructure in Energy, Water, Telecommunications and Government
Services. Since 1915, we have helped our clients improve the lives of
people in over 100 countries through consulting, engineering,
construction, operations and program management. Our revenues in 2017
were US$3.4 billion. Follow us on
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