Aviva  Steenstrup

HR Consultant

Aviva Steenstrup is an HR Consultant for Vantage Point Human Resources. In this role, she works with a variety of small to midsized companies throughout the country providing essential HR guidance and support. Major topics include compliance with pertinent local, state and federal employment laws, HR policies and procedures, best-practice for employee on-boarding
and personnel files, performance management, disciplinary action, employee relation matters, and terminations.

Prior to VantagePoint Human Resources, Aviva was the head of Human Resources for Swatch Group’s retail luxury division, a global leader in the luxury watch and jewelry industry. The luxury division portfolio of companies include such brands as Harry Winston, Omega, Breguet, Blancpain, Glashutte, and Jaquet Droz. In this role, Aviva was responsible for senior level HR support to a group of 300+ employees.

Before joining Swatch Group’s luxury division, Aviva worked within Human Resources at Gucci, a leader in the luxury fashion industry. In this role, she was the primary HR contact for approximately 80 of Gucci’s retail boutiques throughout both the US and Canada. Additionally, she was also responsible for providing HR support to the Corporate, Retail, and Wholesale
departments for 3 other brands within Gucci’s parent company (Kering): Balenciaga, Sergio Rossi, and Boucheron. The combined total population within her area of responsibility encompassed 700+ employees.

Additional companies that Aviva has worked for during her career include MaxMara, Ralph Lauren, and Louis Vuitton, where she provided varying degrees of HR support throughout her tenure.

Aviva holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology/Business Communications, and lives in New York City with her husband and
daughter.

What is your favorite city? Tokyo
What did you want to be when you grew up? FBI Criminal Profiler
Most adventurous experience? Cage diving with tiger sharks in Hawaii
Most interesting place you have been? North Korea Demilitarized Zone
Weirdest thing you have ever eaten? Sautéed crickets

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