ROCKY VIEW, AB, June 18, 2018 /CNW/ - Sundial Growers Inc. ("Sundial") is pleased to welcome Charlotte Collett as the company's new Chief People Officer ("CPO"). Collett brings 20 years of international human resource experience from both public and private sector industries and joins Sundial's Senior Leadership team at a critical time in the company's history.
"Sundial has been adding new talent every month and our pace of growth is about to accelerate with the rapid expansion of our flagship facility in Olds," said Sundial CEO Torsten Kuenzlen. "As a senior executive responsible for people management, Charlotte will play a critical role in helping Sundial to attract and retain the human capital needed to help us to become a leading Canadian and international cannabis producer."
Collett holds an Alberta Certified Human Resource Professional (CHRP) designation and has worked as a senior human resource professional in the agricultural, health care, power generation and oil and gas sectors. She is specialized in the areas of leadership development, talent management, organizational design and effectiveness, and employee relations and compensation. She holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Calgary and a number of professional certifications.
"I'm excited to bring my extensive experience as a human resource professional to Sundial's dynamic and growing team," said Collett. "By hiring a human resource professional at the senior executive level, Sundial is strongly signaling the importance placed on the people in the company and clearly signaling that human capital is seen as a critical resource for the company."
Collett will be responsible for developing and implementing an enterprise-wide human capital strategy with an immediate focus on supporting the growth needs of the company.
About Sundial Growers Inc.
Sundial Growers Inc. ("Sundial") is a privately held, Alberta-based Health Canada ACMPR-approved licensed producer of medical cannabis. Sundial combines tried and true heartland farming practices with innovative horticultural techniques to grow a select range of cannabis strains. Our focus is on producing consistent cannabis that our customers can trust.
Sundial currently operates a 31,000 square foot production facility in Rocky View, Alberta, and has two separate production facilities in various stages of completion and licensing. By 2019, we expect to be one of the leading cannabis companies in the country with a projected production of over 150 million grams of dry cannabis and the ability to process over 30 million grams of cannabis extracts.
For more information about Sundial Growers Inc., visit www.sundialgrowers.com.
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