HomeEXECUTIVESKellie Teal-Guess New Cyosure Chief Human Resources Officer - Provides 30+ Years of Extensive Human Resource Experience

Kellie Teal-Guess New Cyosure Chief Human Resources Officer – Provides 30+ Years of Extensive Human Resource Experience

February 1, 2021

Kellie Teal-Guess offers 30 years of experience in HR strategy and talent management and development, Teal-Guess will lead Cynosure’s human resources function, helping to further drive workplace innovation and employee satisfaction.

“Kellie brings extensive experience as a leading-edge, human resources professional in a variety of fast-paced global businesses,” said Todd Tillemans, Chief Executive Officer of Cynosure. “Cynosure’s most valuable asset is our people, and with an innovative and dedicated leader such as Kellie at the helm of our HR department, we will continue to acquire and develop the best talent in the industry.”

Most recently, Kellie Teal-Guess served as the EVP, Chief People Officer at public global data center company, CyrusOne, where she led all aspects of human resources and security. Under her leadership, the company won multiple awards, including two Fortune awards for Best Workplaces for 2018 and 100 Best Workplaces for Diversity in 2018. Prior to her time at CyrusOne, Teal-Guess held global human resource roles at two information technology companies, ProQuest, and Dell.

Kellie Teal-Guess said, “I have a true passion for human resources and the positive impact it can have on a business. I am excited to continue my work at a company like Cynosure that truly understands the importance of investing in its people and I look forward to growing the company’s already exceptional team with new talent and fostering an environment where the global team is engaged, valued and successful.”

“With an impressive track record at high-tech, fast-growing companies, we’re elated to bring Kellie on board,” said Sandi Peterson, Chairman of Cynosure, and Clayton, Dubilier & Rice Operating Partner. “From managing employees at small companies to complex global environments, Kellie is well-versed in translating business challenges into strategic and technical solutions and has truly established herself as a powerhouse in human resources.”

Kellie Teal-Guess holds a Master of Business Administration, a Master of Public Administration and a Bachelor of Arts, all from the University of Texas System. She’s received multiple industry and organizational accolades throughout her career, including CHRO of the Year Silver Award, HR Team of the Year Bronze Award, and was part of Dell’s Key Talent Program.

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