Robert Gulliver was Resigned as Chief Human Resources Officer at National Football League

Date of management change: December 15, 2018 

What Happened?

New York, NY-based National Football League Resigned Robert Gulliver as Chief Human Resources Officer


About the Company

The National Football League (NFL) is a professional sports league in the United States. It acts as a trade association for franchise owners to promote the sport, license team names and logos, collect dues and royalties, and develop new programs. The company provides comprehensive National Football League (NFL) information, including NFL history, news, team pages, a season schedule, transaction information, individual and team statistics, a special-guest chat room, Hall of Fame information, special events, broadcast schedules, and the rules of football. The company also offers a video gallery of each week`s highlights and top plays. The National Football League was formerly known as American Professional Football Conference and changed its name to American Professional Football Association in September 1920. Further in June 1922, American Professional Football Association was renamed as National Football League. The NFL was founded in 1920 and is based in New York, New York and has a campus in Los Angeles, CA housing NFL Digital Media as well as NFL Network.


About the Person

Robert E. Gulliver is Chief Human Resources Officer at Hain Celestial Group. Previously, Robert held various senior HR leadership roles in the industry.


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