Flowserve Names New Vice President of Human Resources


Flowserve Corp. this week appointed Joseph R. Pinkston as vice president of human resources. His responsibilities will include strategic plans and policies to support the global human resources functions. Pinkston, 50, brings more than 20 years of experience to Flowserve and will work to align talent and strategies that impact business performance.

"Joe's immediate focus will be to develop a global strategy that will drive best practices and future initiatives worldwide," said Flowserve President and Chief Executive Officer Lewis M. Kling. "His proven leadership will help us enhance our global recruitment and people development strategies. Joe's appointment completes the Flowserve executive leadership team."

Most recently, Pinkston served as senior vice president of human resources for Unisource Worldwide. He has also served in senior human resources roles with Russell Corp., Hussmann International, Barnes Group and AlliedSignal Inc.

Pinkston holds a bachelor's degree in political science from the University of South Carolina and a senior professional in human resources certification from Fairleigh Dickinson University.

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