Elizabeth Adefioye serves as Chief People Officer for Emerson, a global technology and engineering company providing innovative solutions for customers in industrial, commercial, and residential markets.
As the Chief People Officer, Adefioye takes a human-centric approach to reimagining the employee experience for Emerson’s 90,000 global employees.
Leading with gratitude and compassion, she is dedicated to defining an inclusive culture based on trust and empowerment that attracts a diversity of talent, fosters an environment of curiosity, and inspires personal growth and achievement.
Adefioye previously served in HR leadership roles at Johnson and Johnson, Novartis Consumer Health, Medtronic, and Bristol-Myers Squibb. In 2016, Elizabeth joined Ingredion as Vice President of Human Resources for North America and Global Specialties and later Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer.
Adefioye was a 2018 recipient of the Women Worth Watching Awards by Profiles in Diversity Journal.
Adefioye holds a Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry from Lagos State University and postgraduate degrees from the University of Westminster in London and Glasgow Caledonian University in Building Leadership Capability.