Sue Holloway, CCP, CECP is a senior practice leader for WorldatWorks executive compensation practice. WorldatWork practice leaders are responsible for keeping abreast of the changes in the total rewards profession, watching trends and identifying hot topics important to rewards practitioners. By regularly interfacing with rewards practitioners and consultants, they help ensure that WorldatWork consistently delivers relevant content and educational programming.
Holloway is the staff liaison to the WorldatWork Executive Rewards Advisory Council, which operates as the association's strategic committee for identifying, articulating and prioritizing issues, topics and challenges affecting the executive rewards profession. In addition, Holloway oversees WorldatWork's annual Executive Rewards Summit and is responsible for determining content for the annual WorldatWork Total Rewards Conference and Exhibition.
Prior to joining WorldatWork Holloway held various human resources positions with progressive responsibility at Southern California Edison. During her time there she designed and administered executive compensation and benefits programs, led departments through downsizing processes, and developed compensation and performance management strategies.
Holloway co-authored the chapter on The Compensation Profession for the sixth edition of "The Compensation Handbook," has authored articles in WorldatWork's workspan magazine and has been interviewed for her expertise in compensation and benefits by The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Christian Science Monitor, The Arizona Republic and various HR trade publications.
Certified Compensation Professional (CCP)
Certified Executive Compensation Professional (CECP)
M.S. in business administration, specializing in human resource management, from California State University, Long Beach
B.S. in business administration, specializing in personnel management from University of Arizona
Post graduate work at UCLA