NSI Industries announces new chief human resources officer

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Troy Hayes. Photo: NSI Industries.

NSI Industries, LLC has named Troy Hayes as the company’s new chief human resources officer (CHRO), effective July 8. Hayes will report to NSI CEO G.R. Schrotenboer and will lead the company’s Human Resources division. His responsibilities will include providing end-to-end human resources strategy, execution, and delivery of processes and operations to drive business objectives. 

“As NSI continues to evolve, our core values and commitment to our customers remain the same,” said Schrotenboer. “Troy’s passion for people, diverse strategic human resources experience, and dedication to building purpose-driven cultures make him well-suited to help further strengthen our HR function to ensure we are best positioned for future growth.”

Hayes’ previous position before joining NSI Industries was vice-president of talent development and corporate HR at AutoNation. Prior to AutoNation, Hayes worked as a Principal Consultant at Summit Leadership Partners. He also spent 17 years at Ingersoll Rand in various leadership positions, including vice-president of talent and organizational capabilities and vice-president of HR in the Compression Technology and Services global business. 

Hayes has a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Brigham Young University and a master’s degree and doctorate in clinical psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology. In his past, he has served in an advisory capacity to several boards, including Ingersoll Rand University, Soil Institute of Management in Delhi, India, and the Conscious Leadership Institute.

“Including its tremendous growth and impressive strategic corporate initiatives in recent years, NSI has a proven track record within the industry as a dynamic company with market-leading brands, and that is primarily due to its terrific workforce and culture,” explained Hayes, who will be based out of NSI’s Huntersville, N.C. headquarters. “As the company continues its push forward, I am proud to be a part of the team and help it grow well into the future.”

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