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Christine M. Pambianchi

Christine M. Pambianchi

Senior Vice President, Human Resources

Christine M. Pambianchi was appointed to senior vice president, Human Resources in December 2010. In this role, Pambianchi is responsible for leading Corning’s Global Human Resource and Global Security functions. Christy has led the HR function since January 2008 when she was named vice president, Human Resources.

Pambianchi was named division vice president, Business Human Resources in July 2004. Prior to that appointment, Pambianchi was director, Business Human Resources, where she supported many of Corning’s Operating Divisions. Pambianchi started with Corning in 2000 as division human resource manager, Corning Optical Fiber, and went on to become director, Human Resources, Corning Optical Communications.

Prior to working at Corning, Pambianchi worked at PepsiCo, Incorporated for 10 years. While at PepsiCo, Pambianchi held human resource manager positions in plant and regional distribution locations and worked as the organization capability manager for the field sales organizations. Her last position at PepsiCo was director, Human Resources for Information Technology.

Pambianchi holds a bachelor’s degree from Cornell University’s School of Industrial and Labor Relations. Pambianchi serves as president of the board of directors at the Alternative School for Math and Science; is on the board of trustees for the Corning Foundation; is a member of the advisory board of the Cornell Center for Advanced Human Resource Studies (CAHRS) and the dean’s advisory board for Cornell’s College of Industrial & Labor Relations.

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