Keri Fleming

Keri Fleming

CHRO, Benjamin Moore

Keri L. Fleming is the CHRO and senior vice president of human resources for Benjamin Moore & Co., a unit of Berkshire Hathaway and North America’s favorite paint, color, and coatings brand. As a member of the company’s executive leadership team, Fleming oversees a diverse group that includes human resources, learning and development, facilities, benefits, payroll, corporate communications/Giving Moore Community Outreach, and change management. Under her leadership, Benjamin Moore maintains the highest level of commitment to ensure a positive and dynamic work environment with a keen focus to maximize operational effectiveness while driving strategic programs that strengthen the employee value proposition for the company’s associates and align with the company’s core purpose, vision, mission, values and initiatives. Fleming has a near 20 year-career distinguished by commended performance and proven results. Her extensive experience includes employee recruitment and retention, career and performance development, dynamic resource deployment, mediation, conflict resolution, compensation strategy, HR records management, HR policy development, training facilitation, change management and legal compliance. Prior to her role at Benjamin Moore & Co., she advanced through the human resources department of KPMG, LLP to become an HR Director. A graduate of the College of St. Elizabeth in Morristown, NJ, Keri Fleming holds a B.A. in psychology and communication and membership to the National Society for Human Resources Management, National Association of Professional Women, Lambda Pi Eta, and Psi Chi. She has served as a volunteer for Ronald McDonald House, The New York Says Thank You Foundation, Junior Achievement, and Streetwise Partners. Fleming is an Officer of the Board of Directors and Recording Secretary for Oasis – a Haven for Women and Children, as well as an Officer of the Board of Directors and Vice Chair for GIVING MOORE, a Foundation of Benjamin Moore & Co.

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