Neustar®, Inc., a trusted, neutral provider of real-time information services, announced the appointment of Marjorie R. Bailey as Senior Vice President of Human Resources. She will oversee Neustar’s people strategy, including talent acquisition and development, employee engagement and metrics, diversity and inclusion, and compensation and benefits. Bailey will report to Lisa Hook, Neustar President and Chief Executive Officer.
Bailey has a 25-year track record of diverse HR expertise in technology, consulting, service delivery and strategy. Previously, she was the Chief Human Resources Officer of CACI, a $4.5 billion IT government contractor. During her tenure she developed and implemented an HR technology roadmap, increased employee engagement, created career paths and mobility for employees and led due diligence and integration activities for a 4,000-person acquisition in a three month timeframe.
“Marjorie’s track record of success driving innovation in human capital programs and employee development is an ideal match for Neustar as we advance our thriving information services business,” said Hook. “Her expertise fostering high performance HR teams while supporting significant company growth will be a tremendous asset to our employees and our business.”
“I was attracted to Neustar because of its remarkable innovation and expansion in the information services business,” said Bailey. “I am excited to be part of the company’s continued growth. Together with an impressive senior leadership team, I look forward to helping drive significant opportunity for Neustar and its employees.”
Prior to CACI, Bailey was Chief Human Resources Officer of the Health and Engineering Sector at Leidos, a global $3.5 billion company with 17,000 employees serving commercial and federal clients. She led due diligence and integration activities on nine acquisitions ranging in revenue from $10 million to $800 million. Before Leidos, she was the Vice President of Human Resources for SAIC’s Research and Development business unit. SAIC was an $11 billion science and technology company that split into two separate businesses (Leidos and SAIC). Bailey also served in HR, Project Management and Technical writing positions at Troy Systems and Jacobs Engineering. She started her career as a school teacher.
Bailey holds a B.S. from Western Kentucky University. She served on the Board of Washington Women’s Leadership Initiative and is certified as a Compensation Professional (CCP) and in Strategic Workforce Planning.