Robb Webb

    Chief Human Resources Officer
    Global Hyatt Corporation

      Robb Webb joined Global Hyatt Corporation in 2007 as chief human resources officer. In this capacity, he is responsible for all aspects of human capital management across the various Hyatt brands globally.

      Previously, he held a number of positions with a leading financial services organization, Citigroup, and its predecessor companies. Most recently, he served as head of Global Service Delivery Operations for Citi Employee Services. Mr. Webb has held the role of vice president, human resources in the Global Consumer Group, and chief administrative officer, CitiFinancial International.

      Mr. Webb and his family lived in Sydney, Australia, from 1995 through the end of 1997 while he managed the post-acquisition integration of two companies and acquired a third. He has devoted the majority of his career to the management of international companies and the creation of global organizations.

      Prior to beginning his career in financial services, Mr. Webb worked in manufacturing at Westinghouse Electric in Canada.

      His belief in community service has resulted in associations with Multiple Sclerosis, the United Way, Industry-Education Council of Hamilton-Wentworth, and his election to the Hamilton Public School Board that provided education for more than 50,000 students in an urban setting. While serving as a trustee, he represented the board at the Ontario provincial level.

      More recently, he has served on the Executive Board for the Dallas Symphony Association where he was awarded a Presidential Volunteer Service Award, the Associate Board at the Cox School of Business at Southern Methodist University, and as a trustee at the Children’s Medical Center of Dallas.

      He is a board member at the Chicago Children’s Museum and recently joined the DePaul University Hospitality Advisory Board.

      Mr. Webb earned a bachelor of arts from McMaster University and a Master of Business Administration at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. He and his wife, Liz, have three children and live in Chicago.