Indium Corporation Introduces New Key HR Team Member


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Indium Corporation is pleased to announce that Christine Potocki has joined the company as Strategic Human Resources (HR) Business Partner – International Integration.

In this role, Potocki serves as an instrumental partner in international HR initiatives. She acts as the liaison and primary point-of-contact for HR teams outside the USA, assisting with daily operational items such as payroll and benefit administration. She also collaborates with HR and site leadership teams worldwide to ensure the company’s international teams are well-equipped for optimal success, supporting workforce planning, talent management, and corporate program initiatives.

Potocki brings nearly 20 years of human resources and operations experience to her new role. Most recently, she served as Vice President, Chief Administrative Officer at BNY Mellon, where she was responsible for overseeing the operations of more than 12 locations and 3,000 employees worldwide. She majored in East Asian Studies at Barnard College and Columbia University and is conversant in Japanese and Spanish.

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