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TriNet Hires Former Genworth CFO: Personnel Moves

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TriNet — a Dublin, California-based human resources firm that serves small and midsize businesses — is hiring Kelly Tuminelli to be its executive vice president of finance.

Tuminelli, who was previously known as Kelly Groh, has been the chief financial officer of Genworth Financial.

(Related: Dan Sheehan to Succeed Groh as Genworth CFO: Personnel Moves)

Tuminelli has a bachelor’s degree in business from the University of Washington.

She holds the Certified Public Accountant and Chartered Global Management Accountant professional designations.

She serves as the chair of the American Heart Association’s Richmond-area Go Red for Women campaign and is on the board of Mentor-Virginia.

In other personnel moves news:

LTCG, Eden Prairie, Minnesota, has hired Sharon Reed to be senior vice president of process improvement and enterprise training.

She previously was a senior vice president at Penn Treaty.

Reed is a registered nurse who has worked in long-term care programs and facilities.

She has been the Intercompany Long Term Care Insurance conference chair and continues to be an executive committee member. She is also the claims advisory chair for the Long Term Care International Forum and a Society of Actuaries LTC Council representative.

Colonial Life, Columbia, South Carolina — an arm of Unum Group — has hired Michael Stachowiak to be vice president of sales for the Southwest Region.

He previously was the market director in Illinois for Aflac.

He has a bachelor’s degree in business from Portland State University.

Cigna Corp., Bloomfield, Connecticut, has hired Noelle Eder to be global chief information officer.

She previously was chief information and digital officer at Hilton Worldwide Holdings. She also has been chief card customer experience officer at Capital One Financial Corp.

Eder has a bachelor’s degree from Boston University.

Standard Insurance Company, Portland, Oregon — an arm of Meiji Yasuda Life Insurance Company — has promoted two technology executives.

The company has promoted Cherri Roden to assistant vice president of application and solution delivery, from second vice president of product management and agility.

The company has promoted Nathan McKinstry to assistant vice president of information technology architecture and engineering, from senior director in IT solutions delivery.

Roden has a bachelor’s degree in communications from the University of Arkansas.

McKinstry has a bachelor’s degree in information systems from the University of Washington. He is also a certified IBM consultant.

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