Senior Vice President, Human Resources
Norine Hale became senior vice president, human resources at BCI in April 2015. She provides strategic oversight of the corporation’s human resources requirements, and delivers services and employee relations that positively affect BCI’s performance. With $145.6 billion of managed assets as of March 31, 2018, BCI is one of Canada’s largest institutional investors within the global capital markets.
Norine has over 20 years of experience in the human resources field. She has worked in a range of industries – for private companies, non-profit organizations, and crown corporations – and has a range of expertise, encompassing areas such as compensation, organizational development, and performance management. Prior to her current role, she was manager, human resources at BCI from 2009–2015. Before joining BCI, she was manager, corporate human resources programs at BC Ferries for two years.
Norine holds a bachelor of arts in psychology from Westmont College and an MBA, specializing in human resources management, from John F. Kennedy University. She is a member of the BC Human Resources Association.