The pharmaceutical company says Muriel will provide leadership and direction at the company.
With roles of increasing complexity, spanning multiple sectors, financial services, mining, energy and property management, Muriel brings a wealth of experience with her.
According to Aspen, Muriel is currently completing an MBA from Henley Business School, and has a BA Honours (human resources development) from the University of Johannesburg, a BA (social work) and postgraduate diploma (public policy) from the University of the Witwatersrand.
“Muriel has held various executive roles in Human Capital, the most recent being executive: human capital and transformation for Alexander Forbes Holdings,” the company says in a statement. She has also held human capital director positions at Marsh Africa and Liberty Holdings.
“Muriel has deep HC experience, and has managed integrations, harmonised HC practices across markets, built new functions, embedded culture, built an HC function and many more.
“We are very excited to have Muriel join the group human capital team to provide leadership and direction to the function,” the company says.