Alumna Jacquelin L Brova ('75) honored with Outstanding Liberal Arts Alumni Award

Jacquelin L Brova (1975, labor studies) received the Outstanding Liberal Arts Alumni Award. Brova retired following a 40-year career as an executive human resources professional for the mining, steel and consumer products industries. Before her retirement, Brova served as executive vice president of global human resources for Church & Dwight Co., a publicly traded S&P 500 consumer products company. There, she led a global team responsible for leadership development, talent acquisition, compensation, benefits, HRIS, employee relations, and employee communications, and she worked closely with the board of directors on executive compensation and governance matters.
Alumna Jacquelin L Brova ('75)  honored with Outstanding Liberal Arts Alumni Award

Jacquelin L Brova, class of 1975

Jacquelin L Brova (1975, labor studies) received the Outstanding Liberal Arts Alumni Award. Brova retired following a 40-year career as an executive human resources professional for the mining, steel and consumer products industries. Before her retirement, Brova served as executive vice president of global human resources for Church & Dwight Co., a publicly traded S&P 500 consumer products company. There, she led a global team responsible for leadership development, talent acquisition, compensation, benefits, HRIS, employee relations, and employee communications, and she worked closely with the board of directors on executive compensation and governance matters.

Brova currently serves as a trustee and board member for ArtsQuest, a nonprofit performance and visual arts organizations located in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. At Penn State, she is a member of the Liberal Arts Campaign Planning Committee and the Labor and Employment Relations (LER) Affiliated Program Group. She established the Jacquelin, Victor and Joyce Brova Trustee Scholarship in the college and has contributed to the LER Alumni Endowed Early Career Professorship and elsewhere in the School of Labor and Employment Relations.

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