Deborah K. Wintner joined STANLEY Security, a division of Stanley Black & Decker, as Vice President of Human Resources in May of 2018, where she has devoted her time establishing HR strategy and organizational capability in alignment with the business strategy. Deborah received a Master of Science degree in Organizational Development from Pepperdine University in 2017 and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Occupational Safety Engineering from Indiana State University in 1991.
Deborah brings over (25) years of dedicated and proven experience as a strategic business partner, driving results by leading large-scale change across industries. She has extensive experience as a Human Resources visionary leading organizational change through skilled organizational development and design strategies, partnering with executive leadership to drive big-picture business objections and translating targets into actionable implementation to grow organizational capability.
Prior to STANLEY, Deborah held the position of Vice President of Human Resources – Corporate and Global Oilseeds with Archer Daniels Midland, one of the world’s largest agricultural processors and food ingredient providers with 33,000 employees globally. Here, she led the strategy and execution of the $25 billion Global Oilseeds business unit restructure, resulting in a realigned organization for increased productivity, poised for continued growth.
Deborah held the position of Vice President of Human Resources – Americas with Allegion/Ingersoll Rand, a provider of security products and solutions for home and businesses with 8,000 employees globally. Deborah led the combined organization and integration of the residential and commercial organizations during the $2.2 billion Allegion spinoff of $13.3 billion Ingersoll Rand in 2013, driving growth and innovation through internal capability analysis.
She also served as Vice President of Human Resources – Hospital Division at Kindred Healthcare/Rehab Care, the largest U.S. provider of post-acute healthcare, where she developed and led the HR strategy, programs, policies, and services. Deborah began her career at Bristol Myers Squibb, where she spent (15) years in both Medical Devices and Pharma/Nutrition, leading complex management through multiple divestitures, leadership, and organizational transformations.