Sloan names new chief talent officer

Feb. 24, 2015

FRANKLIN PARK, Ill. —Sloan Valve Company has manufactured commercial plumbing and water-efficient solutions since 1906.

FRANKLIN PARK, Ill. — Sloan Valve Company announced that Margie Rodino has been promoted from vice president of global human resources to chief talent officer, according to a press release.

Rodino has a Bachelor of Science in personal and industrial relations from Northern Illinois University and is a certified compensation professional, stated the release.

Her expertise, continued the release, is in “aligning human capital initiatives with strategic goals across multiple industries.”

"I am proud to announce this promotion today,” said Graham Allen, Sloan’s president and CEO. "Throughout her tenure at Sloan, Margie has contributed significantly to growing our business. As chief talent officer, she will focus on the continuous effort to shape our culture and build Sloan’s future.”

Sloan, headquartered in Franklin Park, is a manufacturer of commercial plumbing systems and water-efficient solutions, noted the release.

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