QuEST Global, a global product engineering and lifecycle services company, has named Courtney Headley as the Global Head for Culture and Inclusion.

Courtney will be responsible for strengthening QuEST’s culture, diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) practices as the company expands and maximizes its brand worldwide. He will be based out of Connecticut and will report to Niketh Sundar, Chief People Officer, QuEST Global.

Niketh Sundar, Chief People Officer, QuEST Global, said, “At QuEST, we stay committed towards our employees. We strive to strengthen our culture that is truly inclusive and allows our employees to be their best. With Courtney’s guidance and extensive leadership experience in change management, enterprise planning, culture building, DEI, and communication strategies, I am confident QuEST will soon be at the forefront of DEI, and also continue to strengthen its culture to achieve the goal of building a centenary organization. I welcome him on-board and wish him a very successful journey with QuEST Global.”

Courtney was earlier appointed as Head of Organizational Change Effectiveness and the Employee Experience for a division of Nestlé Waters North America, Courtney implemented enterprise strategies to strengthen the organization’s change resiliency and agility across 7 US territories and 75 sites.

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Commenting on his appointment, Courtney said, “Who we are connects us to each other and the organization. It’s the cornerstone of our purpose-driven culture. Building an inclusive environment where everyone feels valued, and a deep sense of belonging is critical to achieving this and remains a top priority for QuEST Global. I am excited to contribute to our workplace, workforce, and ultimately the marketplace.”

Courtney has a Bachelor’s in Information Management and Technology from Syracuse University and Master of Business Administration from John F. Welch College of Business at Sacred Heart University with a concentration in Human Resources (HR).

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