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Mark James

Mark James

Title: Senior Vice President of Human Resources and Communications

Company: Honeywell

Location: Morristown, New Jersey

Educational Background:

BS, Personnel and Industrial Relations, Utah State University, 1986

Huntsman School Interactions:

Professional Achievement Award - April 2, 2014
MSHR Executive Lecture Series - January 18, 2013
Dean's Convocation Speaker - February 18, 2011
Executive Leadership Speaker - April 21, 2010


Mark James is Honeywell’s Senior Vice President of Human Resources, Security and Communications.

Mark is responsible for leading global human resources strategy and programs for the company’s 110,000 employees in more than 70 countries. In 2013, he was named HR Executive of the Year by HR Executive Magazine.

Prior to this position, Mark was Vice President of Human Resources and Communications for Honeywell Aerospace. He initially joined Honeywell in 2000 as Director of Human Resources for Federal Manufacturing & Technologies and was promoted to Vice President of Human Resources for Aerospace Electronic Systems.

Before Honeywell, Mark held a variety of human resources positions with Iomega, JM Family Enterprises (Toyota distributor), AT&T and Lockheed Martin.

Mark holds a master’s degree from the University of Utah in Public Administration with an emphasis in Human Resources, and a business administration degree in Personnel and Industrial Relations from Utah State University. He is a designated Senior Professional in Human Resources, Certified Compensation and Benefits Professional and Certified Benefits Professional and certified Six Sigma Leadership Black Belt.

Related Huntsman News Articles:

Vision: Mark James (Huntsman Alumni Magazine Spring 2014)
Managing a Global Workforce (Huntsman Alumni Magazine Spring 2014)


Focused Fridays Leadership Forum Series, Mark James - October 4, 2019

HRE Magazine Executive of the Year

MSHR Executive Lecture Series - January 18, 2013


Mark James Interview

Dean's Convocation: February 18, 2011