At the beginning of this week, Allied Pinnacle announced the appointment of season HR expert Mofoluwaso Ilevbare to help architect the future of the flour and bakery manufacturer’s workforce. Her role will be as the brand’s Executive People and Culture Leader.
“I’m thrilled to join Allied Pinnacle at this juncture in the company’s growth. It’s an exciting time for the business and supporting the team and prioritising a strong, inclusive culture is more important than ever. It also helps that I happen to have a healthy appetite for chocolate cake, a happy coincidence for a bakery and flour manufacturer. I’m excited to join the team and together build the future from flour,” Mofoluwaso said.
Mofoluwaso is highly qualified, with over twenty years’ experience in human resources strategy, leadership, culture, diversity and inclusion, and talent development, which she is bringing to her new role with Allied.
“Mofoluwaso is bringing her exceptional talents to Allied Pinnacle at an incredibly important moment as we enter a new phase of growth. We have a unique opportunity to reimagine how we manage, how we lead, and how we organise. Mofoluwaso will play a key role in that, both for Allied Pinnacle and for our customers. I’m thrilled to have her leading the team as we deliver on our clear vision to be Australia’s Flour, Bakery Ingredients, and Frozen Baked Goods business partner of choice,” said David Pitt, Allied Pinnacle’s CEO.
Mofoluwaso is set to help the brand with their ‘People & Culture’ transformation. Her responsibilities will include overseeing all functions across human resources to align the organisation’s people and culture strategies with overall business and growth objectives.