Lake Forest, CA (May 4, 2021) — Netwatch Group, a security leader comprised of NMC, CalAtlantic, and Netwatch, announces the promotion of Denise Whelan to Chief People Officer (CPO). From her base in Carlow, Ireland, Whelan will oversee all human resources functions for the Netwatch Group globally.
“During her tenure at Netwatch, Denise has demonstrated considerable expertise and commitment to continually improving our HR operations,” said Kurt Takahashi, CEO, Netwatch Group. “This promotion to a C-suite position validates our confidence in her continuing ability to work within the executive team keeping Netwatch at the forefront of human capital management.”
A seasoned leader in Human Resources, Whelan has been an integral part of the Netwatch Group since 2014 when she established the HR function at the organization. In her most recent position, she served as Group HR Director for Netwatch Group in Ireland. In that role, she was responsible for a wide range of functions including talent management, workforce planning, organizational design and succession, all while managing a team of HR professionals.
“I am proud to be a part of Netwatch Group, and honored to have my contribution recognized with this promotion,” said Whelan. “I look forward to continuing a long relationship with this excellent organization.”
About Netwatch Group
Netwatch Group serves hundreds of thousands of customers and over 1,000 dealers through its Netwatch, NMC and CalAtlantic businesses. Netwatch is a leader in proactive video monitoring, detecting perimeter intrusion or loitering, and intervening to protect its customers’ property. Through its network of monitoring hubs in America, Ireland and the UK, its specialist operators provide live challenges to intruders via loudspeakers and/or call the police or guarding services. The company both augments guarding services and offers a cost effective alternative to physical guards for some customers. Netwatch has been working hard to create a fearless environment for its customers since its founding in Ireland.