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|Hollingsworth Named Chief Human Resources Officer
April 28, 2011, Columbus, GA – Synovus Financial Corp. (NYSE - “SNV”), the Columbus, Georgia-based financial services company, today announced the selection of Audrey D. Hollingsworth as Chief Human Resources Officer.
“During her 20 years at Synovus, Audrey has led several key HR disciplines and is highly regarded, both
Hollingsworth joined Synovus in 1991. She most recently served as Senior Director of People Development, and was responsible for managing Corporate and Regional Human Resources initiatives. Her new responsibilities include planning, directing and implementing all phases of the company’s HR strategies and programs.
Hollingsworth holds a Master of Science degree in Management from Troy State University; a Bachelor of Science in Business Education from the University of Georgia; is a graduate of the Executive Management Program in the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University; and completed the Human Resources Executive Management Program at the Center for Creative Leadership.
Her community leadership roles include serving as the Chairman, President and Trustee of the Leadership Georgia Board of Directors. Since 2006, she has served on the Columbus State University Women’s Conference Advisory Committee, the Georgia Commission for School Board Excellence and currently serves on the Boards of the United Way of the Chattahoochee Valley, St. Francis Hospital and the Synovus Jack Parker Scholarship Foundation. In 2005, she received Synovus’ William B. Turner Humanitarian Award and in 2006 she was honored as a recipient of the Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia Women of Distinction Award.