April Arnzen is senior vice president and chief people officer at Micron Technology. She is responsible for leading Micron’s people strategy and establishing a culture that embraces performance, growth and inclusion for our global diverse workforce. She was appointed to her current position in 2015 and most recently named chief people officer in 2020.
Since joining Micron in 1996, Ms. Arnzen has held various positions of increased responsibility and worked across many functions within Human Resources. She has led the transformation of many of Micron’s people programs, with a strong focus on those that enable a high performing and learning culture, human resources business partners that connect business strategy with people strategy, engaging rewards that build financial, physical and emotional health and leadership development programs that aim to create world-class leaders. She is also passionate about strengthening diversity, equality and inclusion in Micron and the communities in which we live and work. Prior to her current position, she was the global director of Micron’s human resources business partner organization.
Ms. Arnzen earned a bachelor’s degree in human resources management and marketing from the University of Idaho. In 2018, she graduated from the Stanford Graduate School of Business Executive Program.
An avid champion for education, Ms. Arnzen serves her communities on two non-profit education boards and is frequently a speaker in women’s leadership forums.