Proven HR Leader to Guide Company Investment in Culture, Talent Development, and Human Capital Infrastructure
FullBloom, a leading provider of special education, instructional intervention, behavioral health, and professional development solutions, announces the hiring of Rochelle Krombolz as Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO). In this role, Krombolz will lead the company’s HR efforts and guide its investments in culture, talent development, and human capital infrastructure as the company continues to scale and evolve.
“Creating an employee value proposition that is compelling and engaging for the extraordinary people who work for FullBloom is critical to ensuring quality services to our students, and to enabling our continued growth,” said Krombolz. “I am excited to join FullBloom’s mission and the teams who are bringing it to life across each of our three businesses.”
Krombolz, who joined FullBloom in December, has a strong track record of HR leadership and brings a wide range of experience with diverse and growing organizations across multiple industries. Prior to FullBloom, she served as Executive Vice President, Chief of Staff at Freedom Mortgage, where she also served as Chief Operating Officer for one of their business units. Before that, Rochelle spent seven years as the CHRO at Tekni-Plex, a $1B+ globally integrated company focused on developing and manufacturing sustainable packaging and tubing products for a wide variety of end markets. She also led in senior HR leadership roles at VWR International, Lincoln Financial Company, Aramark, Aventis Pharmaceuticals, and ARCO Chemical Company.
“We have experienced tremendous growth over the past few years. I look forward to partnering with Rochelle as we continue investing in talent and implementing systems that provide optimal support for our staff and create positive outcomes for the children and families we serve,” said Jeffrey Cohen, CEO of FullBloom.
FullBloom provides education and behavioral health solutions for children via school and community-based services. Our programs enable students to become stronger lifelong learners regardless of learning obstacles. FullBloom’s 8,200 educators, coaches, and healthcare professionals work in schools across the country to achieve sustainable growth in behavior and academics through evidence-based programs including special education, Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), intervention services, alternative education, and professional development. Founded in 1976, FullBloom annually supports more than 150,000 children and 25,000 educators in over 1,100 school districts across three divisions, Catapult Learning, Specialized Education Services, Inc. (SESI), and Little Leaves Behavioral Services.