Dasha Smith Dwin has parted ways with her roles as Sony Music Entertainment Executive VP and Global Chief Human Resources Officer to take on a new position in the NFL. The NFL announced on November 18th, 2019 in a press release that Smith Dwin will be taking on the role as its new Chief People Officer.
In her new role, Smith Dwin will be responsible for all human resource activities, including talent and diversity strategies, workplace culture, compensation and recognition programs, leadership development, and succession planning. “We welcome Dasha to the NFL family,” said NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. “Her sharp insight, work style, and unique experience makes her the right person to drive our efforts to grow, engage, and inspire our workforce. I am excited about the impact Dasha will have in key areas across our organization, especially diversity and inclusion, which is a top priority for our league.”
With so many changes happening right now in the NFL, Smith Dwin is ready to jump in and make a positive impact inside the organization, “It’s a privilege to join the NFL, a world-class organization I have long admired. This is a time of groundbreaking evolution, which I am excited to help drive. I look forward to partnering with the executive team to develop a modern and progressive HR strategy that positively impacts the organization,” said Smith Dwin in the press release.
During the span of her career Smith Dwin has held many corporate functions at large organizations including human resources, marketing, investor relations, administration, facilities and operations, diversity, and corporate and social responsibility