All3Media America has appointed Kelsey Boxser as chief people officer – a role that will see her lead people-first corporate culture initiatives for independent production.
Boxser, who is to report into CEO Tim Pastore, will oversee professional development and recruiting programmes that champion diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives. She will also implement additional best practices for the US business.
The exec is also set to spearhead career growth and development opportunities, including industry training and mentorship programmes.
Boxser most recently served as director of people and business operations at Pineapple Co, in addition to roles at Accenture-backed business management consultancy ?What If! Innovation, Deep Focus and Young & Rubicam.
All3Media America now spans 12 production companies – including Lion Television, Optomen Productions and Studio Ramsay – and one premium content development fund. The business has offices in Los Angeles and New York.
Pastore said: “All3Media America is committed to attracting the best talent, from every background, by delivering an environment which nurtures and supports creative excellence and the most positive collaborative experience for our people.
“Kelsey Boxser is the ideal fit to guide this mission. Her history of leading a healthy culture of diversity, work-life balance, and opportunity is exactly the kind of dynamic we envision at All3Media America.”
Boxser added: “All3Media America has already created a unique space for collaboration, independence and creativity and I hope to further shape this positive environment and bring people together.
“I am looking forward to taking up this new role and working with the US and wider global All3Media teams to help make the company one of the best places to work in the industry.”