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Welcome Cindy Lubitz, MSM's New Chief People Officer


Dear Morehouse School of Medicine Community, I am pleased to announce the appointment of Ms. Cindy Lubitz as the new Chief People Officer (CPO) of Morehouse School of Medicine (MSM). Cindy will join the institution March 21. In this critical role, Ms. Lubitz will create and drive an overarching human capital strategy for MSM. She will lead the Human Resources function and operate as a strategic partner in a highly innovative environment, aligning business and talent strategies as well as partnering with many different stakeholders, employees, and leaders. In addition, Ms. Lubitz will also play a prominent role in MSM's growth and future expansion by maximizing core HR business processes to promote a positive culture, create a competitive advantage, and futureproof the organization, in collaboration with the Executive Leadership Team and myself. Ms. Lubitz is the founder and Managing Director of inTalent Consulting Group, LLC, an Atlanta-based human resources strategy consulting firm that works with leaders to improve their human capital efforts. A seasoned HR leader with 20 plus years' experience leading human resource functions for Fortune 100 companies, she focuses on growing and scaling businesses, and aligning integrated talent processes to add velocity to business growth strategies. At Morehouse School of Medicine, we know that the most important asset that we have is the community of students, faculty, staff, and alumni who make up the MSM family. Each individual brings unique talents, expertise, passion, and dedication to MSM. We must do everything we can to support them and their commitment to the Morehouse School of Medicine vision of leading the creation and advancement of health equity. Ms. Lubitz earned her bachelor's degree from the University of Virginia before earning a Master of Science in Organizational Psychology from Columbia University. She is viewed as a critical business partner and strategic advisor to senior leaders in the areas of CEO succession, HR strategy, organization effectiveness, leadership development, and talent acquisition. In her new role, Ms. Lubitz will help us continue to provide a strong foundation for the people who make Morehouse School of Medicine the innovative institution that it is. I encourage you to join me in welcoming her to MSM. Sincerely,


Valerie Montgomery Rice, MD, FACOG President & CEO

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