Home / Profile / Executive Profile: Larry Clifton, CACI EVP and Chief Human Resources Officer

Executive Profile: Larry Clifton, CACI EVP and Chief Human Resources Officer

Larry cliftonLarry Clifton serves as executive vice president and chief human resources officer for CACI International Inc. where he works closely with the Arlington,Va.-based firm’s executive team, business groups and staff organizations to align the company’s HR initiatives with strategic goals and objectives.

In his role, Clifton’s responsibilities include providing strategic direction for the full range of human capital functions and managing a wide array of HR programs, such as CACI’s employee referral program, applicant tracking system and veterans hiring program designed to provide veterans, especially those with disabilities, with careers at CACI.

Clifton previously served as CACI’s SVP of recruiting and assimilation where he led initiatives to improve recruiting and retention and provide leadership to ingrain CACI culture, ethical behavior and people- and client-oriented philosophy throughout the company’s workforce.

In this position. he was responsible for hiring approximately 4,000 new employees annually and leading a robust employee mobility program.

Before joining CACI in 2000, Clifton served in the U.S. Air Force and held numerous leadership positions.

He was director of staff for the 89th Airlift Wing and Commander of the 89th Aerial Port Squadron at Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland, where he directly supported the President.

Clifton received a regents bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from West Virginia University, a master’s degree in Human Resources from Webster University and a master’s degree Business Management from Central Michigan University.

Follow me on Facebook

Check Also

Executive Profile: Paul Tsigrikes, Washington Post VP for Marketing

Paul Tsigrikes serves as vice president of marketing at The Washington Post and brings more …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *