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Claire MacIntyre

SVP, HRBP, Global Value Chain & Global Corporate Functions, The Estée Lauder Companies

Claire MacIntyre serves as the Senior Vice President, Human Resources Business Partner, Global Value Chain & Global Corporate Functions at The Estée Lauder Companies and is responsible for developing Global HR strategic needs and priorities across the Global Value Chain organization and the Global Corporate Functions, which includes Finance, Corporate Strategy & New Business Development, Transformation Office, IT, Global Communications & Public Affairs, Global Enterprise Marketing & Data, Legal, Inclusion & Diversity, Human Resources and the Office of the Vice Chairman.  In this position, Claire leads integration across the Global Value Chain and the Global Corporate Functions, accelerating the Company’s transformation while maintaining competitive advantage in talent, capability development, and delivery. Additionally, she provides strategic oversight on all people-related matters, including Inclusion, Diversity & Equity, talent, organization effectiveness, culture, and leadership, across the Global Value Chain and the Global Corporate Functions.

Claire joined The Estée Lauder Companies in April 2019 and is a member of the global HR leadership team, partnering closely with Brand, Region, Channel and Function HR leadership to ensure strong alignment and close partnership in support of ELC’s growth plans.  Her colleagues value her as a strategic enterprise leader who works across the HR function bringing people together in service of achieving high-impact solutions. 

Her strategic talents, deep commitment to leadership development, and care for colleagues are hallmarks of Claire’s proven leadership.  Her expertise and professional experiences demonstrate a passionate commitment to leadership development and the diversity, equity, and inclusion agenda.  Notably, she sponsored the award-winning Value Chain Conscious Inclusion Program to ensure that conscious inclusion is core to the Global Value Chain’s culture.  She is also a very active Executive Sponsor for the Women in Supply Chain, a pillar of the Company’s Women Leadership’s Network.

Claire serves as the global HR Executive Sponsor supporting The Open Doors Women’s Leadership Program, a signature women’s leadership program and flagship initiative that brings together a diverse cohort of women across The Estée Lauder Companies to develop skills and form relationships that advance their careers.  Her passion for developing exceptional women leaders builds on Mrs. Estée Lauder’s legacy as a company ‘founded by a woman, for women’ and has further strengthened the Company’s ability to attract and retain the most talented women in the industry. 

Claire is an inclusive, agile, dynamic, and proven HR business leader with more than 20 years of global experience. Prior to joining ELC, Claire held a wide range of HR and operations roles at Diageo, and she holds a master’s degree in management science from the University of Glasgow in Glasgow, Scotland. 

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