Toledo Museum of Art Names Lynn Miller Director of Human Resources

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Archbold native Lynn Miller has joined the Toledo Museum of Art staff as director of human resources, Carol Bintz, chief operating officer, has announced. In this new position she will oversee human resources (HR), protective services, volunteer services and the professional services teams and serve on the Museum’s executive team.

Most recently Miller was a senior human resources consultant for three years with the Hanover Insurance Group of Worchester, Mass., providing a full scope of HR business partner services to more than 30 branch locations in multiple states, four regional presidents and 600 professional-level employees. Her responsibilities included leading compensation planning, workforce engagement initiatives, succession planning and investigations regarding employee complaints, conduct and other issues.

Prior to that, she was a human resources business partner from 2008–2010 with Thomson Reuters Tax & Accounting in Ann Arbor, Mich., and spent six years (2002–2008) as the human resources manager for Domino’s Pizza Corp. in Ann Arbor and in Houston. She earlier was employed as a resource manager for PeopleSoft Consulting in Westchester, Ill.

“Lynn brings to her new position demonstrated high-level skills in a wide range of human resource areas. She has experience in strategic consulting, benefits analysis, policy development and performance management as well as a high regard and ability for building effective partnerships to find solutions for the challenges facing organizations in these times,” Bintz said.

An Archbold High School graduate, Miller earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology in 1994 at Bowling Green State University and has studied human resources and organizational design on the graduate level. She also holds Human Resource Business Partner Certification from the Society for Human Resource Management, the leading national human resources professional association and accreditation organization.


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