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Newcastle Adds HR Veteran as SVP

Newcastle Limited has added Mark Tumiel as SVP, human resources. In his new role, Tumiel will lead Newcastle’s HR function, responsible for developing and driving a high-performing culture and talent strategies. He will play a lead role in attracting, engaging and developing top industry professionals, supporting the firm’s growth strategies.

“Mark brings a 20-year track record of building unique employee experiences and developing talent capital to Newcastle,” said Mike Haney, CEO of Newcastle Limited. “We are thrilled to have Mark on board and know he will expand Newcastle’s reputation as an employer of choice.” 

Tumiel was most recently VP, talent with Roti Modern Mediterranean, a fast-casual restaurant with more than 40 locations in five markets and 700 employees. Before assuming his role at Roti, he held senior human resource positions with Endurance International Group, Orbitz Worldwide and Exelon Corporation. 

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