Bloomington, Ind. – Kim Van Lue, vice president of talent, culture, and inclusion (TCI), at the Indiana University Foundation (IUF) will be leaving her position effective August 31 to begin her own consulting practice based in Bloomington.
The IU Foundation will engage an outside firm to lead the search process to fill the VP, talent, culture, and inclusion role. The goal is to permanently fill the position by the end of the calendar year.
Betsy Larson will be joining the IU Foundation to serve as interim vice president of talent, culture, and inclusion. She will serve on the IUF senior management team and provide leadership and support to the TCI team until a new vice president is hired. Betsy will join the IU Foundation on Monday, August 16, to allow for a two-week transition period before Kim leaves.
With more than 20 years of human resources experience, Betsy most recently served as head of compensation at Indiana University in Bloomington. She focused her efforts on employee rewards strategies and designing a framework to empower staff to self-direct and navigate their careers paths.
Prior to joining Indiana University, Betsy was the vice president of compensation at MassMutual Financial Group in Springfield, Massachusetts, where she led multiple strategic initiatives, including redesigning the performance management process that focused on employee coaching and development, and strengthened employee pay practices.
Betsy is a Bloomington resident, and she earned a Master of Public Administration in Labor Relations degree and a Bachelor of Science in Marketing degree, both from Indiana University.