Envoy Air Appoints New VP of People Services
IRVING, Texas – Bringing 17 years of Human Resources experience to the team, Jocelyn Moore has been appointed as Envoy Air’s new Vice President of People Services. Envoy is a wholly owned subsidiary of American Airlines Group, providing regional service under the American Eagle brand.
Earlier this year, Envoy’s Human Resources department launched an extensive effort to examine all of its current functions and reorganize the team to better align with the company’s business objectives. The resulting transformation has created centers of expertise that are focused on attracting, developing and serving the people of Envoy. Along with this new focus the department has a new name – People Services – and now a new leader to spearhead the team’s efforts.
“Jocelyn comes to us with extensive experience leading and successfully transforming human resources teams to provide world class service to managers and employees alike,” said Patricia Delgadillo, Senior Vice President of Administration and Chief Financial Officer. “As we focus on Envoy’s strategic goals and enhancing the employee experience, her vision and leadership will play a critical role in guiding our people strategies.”
Across a wide range of industries, Jocelyn has served in all facets of human resources. From creating and developing Human Resources organizations and introducing company-wide diversity and inclusion programs to serving as a strategic business partner and consultant, she has a proven track record for success. Most recently, she led the global Talent Acquisition function for a large technology organization, responsible for more than 30,000 hires each year.
“I believe she has both the business acumen and people skills to drive change, engage our people and inspire our People Services team to new heights,” added Delgadillo.
Envoy Air Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of American Airlines Group, operates more than 150 aircraft on over 800 daily flights to more than 150 destinations throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, the Bahamas and Caribbean. The company’s 15,000 employees provide regional flight service to American Airlines under the American Eagle brand and ground handling services for many American Airlines Group flights. The company was founded in 1998 as American Eagle Airlines, Inc., following the merger of several smaller regional carriers to create one of the largest regional airlines in the world. Envoy is headquartered in Irving, Texas, with hubs in Dallas/Fort Worth, Chicago, New York and Miami, with a large ground handling operation in Los Angeles. Envoy is currently adding 54 spacious Embraer 175 aircraft to its fleet, with options for up to 76 more. Connect with Envoy on Twitter @EnvoyAirCareers, on Instagram @EnvoyAirCareers, and on Facebook at Facebook.com/envoyaircareers and Facebook.com/EnvoyPilotRecruitment.