Christy Pambianchi
Full Name
Christy Pambianchi
Job Title
Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer
Speaker Bio
Christy M. Pambianchi is executive vice president and chief human resources officer at Verizon, responsible for helping thousands of V Teamers maximize their potential and realize their greatest ambitions. In her role, she focuses on making Verizon an exceptional place to work because it takes more than the best technology to move the world forward, it takes the best people.

Since joining Verizon in July 2019, Christy has reimagined HR practices to keep Verizon at the forefront of the digital transformation. By optimizing talent programs and building a more dynamic leadership capability, Christy and her team have supported the company's growth in key businesses and markets.

Core to her strategy is to foster an inclusive workplace and infuse greater equity across Verizon's processes, behaviors and operations. Her advocacy for workplace diversity has led to a number of industry recognitions for Verizon's commitment to equality and inclusion, including honors from Forbes, Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC), Working Mother, Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility (HACR), Black Enterprise, Human Rights Campaign (HRC), Disability:IN and Military Friendly®.

With the world becoming increasingly digital, Christy is preparing Verizon's workforce to deliver on the promise of 5G. By supporting a culture of continuous development and learning, all teams, no matter where they sit in the organization, are ready to accelerate Verizon's business strategies and build the future.

Christy was formerly the Executive Vice President of People & Digital at Corning Incorporated and served in various senior leadership roles during her 20-year tenure. Prior to Corning Incorporated, Christy was a director of human resources at PepsiCo, Incorporated, where she served as a director of human resources.

Christy holds a Bachelor's Degree from Cornell University's School of Industrial and Labor Relations and lives in New Jersey with her spouse and four children. In 2017, she was inducted as a fellow to the National Academy of Human Resources, recognizing her career contributions to the field of HR.