Caron Cone

Caron ConeCaron Cone is Division Vice President, Human Resources for ADP’s National Accounts Services (NAS), a division of ADP that provides end to end Human Capital Management solutions for some of the largest organizations in the United States and abroad. Caron leads a team of senior HR professionals responsible for partnering with executives, leaders, and associates to define and execute a tightly linked business and talent agenda that improves organizational effectiveness by building individual capability at all levels and collective organizational capability as a result. Through a focus on leadership, performance, execution, culture, and engagement, the NAS business is poised to reach even greater levels of success.

Caron joined ADP in 2014 as Sr. Director, Human Resources Business Partner for ADP Benefits Services, a division of ADP that provides Benefits outsourcing services to US-based companies. She was quickly promoted to Vice President, Human Resources for National Account Services and then to Division Vice President reporting directly to the Chief Human Resources Officer of ADP. Prior to joining ADP, Caron was with Turner where she was a Director, Human Resources for Global Technology & Operations – Turner’s largest single division tasked with designing, operating, and maintaining the critical, technical infrastructure necessary to bring programming to market across the globe. Prior to her time at Turner, she held various HR leadership roles of increasing responsibility within multiple Siemens operating companies.

Caron holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville, a Master of Science degree in Human Resources Management, and an MBA with a concentration in Finance – both from the Keller Graduate School of Management. She is also a certified Human Resources Professional, a SHRM Certified Professional, and holds certifications in Strategic Workforce Planning and Change Management.

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