Hillary Burrows Named Chief Operating Officer
Autumn Harp, Inc., contract manufacturer of cosmetics and skin care, announced the promotion of Hillary Burrows to Chief Operating Officer. In this role, she will oversee new business development as well as finance, HR, and IT functions for the company.
“Hillary’s years of experience in many areas of the business and deep understanding of the company help make Autumn Harp a strong and growing company,” said Autumn Harp owner and president, Dave Logan. “Besides being smart and hard-working, Hillary embodies the culture and core values of Autumn Harp. Her integrity and care for fellow employees is never compromised.”
Hillary joined Autumn Harp in 2008 as a senior accountant and has since risen through management positions, most recently serving as Vice President, Finance and Administration. She began her career in public accounting at PricewaterhouseCoopers in Boston, where she obtained her Certified Public Accountant (CPA) license.
A native of Essex Junction, Vermont, Hillary earned her degree in Business Administration at the University of Vermont (UVM) and an MBA from UVM in 2011.
On her role at Autumn Harp, Hillary says, “Autumn Harp is such a rewarding place to work, with incredibly talented and passionate employees. It’s wonderful to be with this company during this exciting time of innovation and growth.”
Along with the promotion of Hillary Burrows, Autumn Harp announced promotions of Chris Hubbell to the executive management team as Director of Culture, and of Danielle Legnosky to Manager, Accounting. Chris joined Autumn Harp thirteen years ago and has served in management roles in supply chain and manufacturing. He will draw on his broad knowledge base and people skills to continue to strengthen Autumn Harp’s corporate culture. Danielle came to Autumn Harp in 2014 and has helped propel continuous improvement for the finance team.
Autumn Harp looks forward to leadership from these team members as we grow and continue our focus on the best service possible for our customers.