A Forbes employee since 2020, Ali Intres, the newly promoted CHRO at Forbes, made a formidable impact in her previous role as SVP, which helped create a better employee experience at the company.
Ali Intres, promoted as CHRO, a reward to recognize her effort for impactful employee experience at Forbes


  • Forbes, an American business magazine.
  • Promote Ali Intres as new chief human resources officer.
  • Ali Intres join Forbes as Senior Vice President in 2020.
  • This promotion is a token of her formidable impact in better employee experience.

Forbes Elevated Ali Intres as CHRO from SVP


Forbes, an American business magazine owned by Integrated Whale Media Investments and the Forbes family,  elevated Ali Intres  as CHRO.  Forbes Magazine publishes eight times a year and features articles on finance, industry, investing, and marketing topics. Forbes also reports on related subjects such as technology, communications, science, politics, and law.


Yesterday, Forbes announced Ali Intres as their new chief human resources officer, as communicated by Forbes CEO Mike Federle. In her new role, Ali is expected to lead the HR department at Forbes, taking charge as in-charge of recruitment, training and development, benefits administration, HR systems, culture and inclusion, and more.



Ali Intres joined Forbes as Senior Vice President in 2020. In her previous role as SVP, Ali Intres, the new CHRO at Forbes, made a formidable impact, helping improve the employee experience at the organization.


She has worked in numerous HR leadership roles across many organizations over her 25-year career journey. She began her career as a human resources associate at Worth Magazine, then rose through the ranks to become vice president of human resources at Time Inc. for eight years.


She has since worked at Digitas, where she spent four years as its Senior Vice President, Talent, and moved to Forbes as SVP-Human Resources.


She completed her MS in Organizational Psychology at Teachers College, Columbia University, in 1997.


As Forbes’ SVP, she rolled out better health benefits, a new compensation structure, a hybrid work model, flexible time off, and other HR-related developments to improve the employee experience at Forbes.






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