ROCHESTER, N.Y. Bausch & Lomb on Thursday named Paul Sartori the company’s corporate vice president and chief human resources officer, effective March 17.
“I’ve known Paul for more than 20 years, and have great respect for his business judgment,” stated Gerald Ostrov, B&L chairman and chief executive officer. “He has the ability to develop superior talent, and a sterling reputation for working with organizations to improve their effectiveness. We’re fortunate that he’s chosen to join Bausch & Lomb as we enter an extended period of growth.”
Most recently, Sartori was senior vice president of organizational development and human resources for Boston-based BioTrove.
From 2000 to 2007, he was a partner and principal at CHM Partners International, the international executive search and management consulting firm. He has also served as executive vice president, external affairs and human resources at Novartis.
David Nachbar, current chief human resources officer for B&L, has decided to leave the company after a transition period, the eyecare company stated. He is considering various options including as-yet unnamed public service opportunities.