On Thursday (today), Noel Debono announced that he has been appointed as the Malta Foundation for Human Resources Development (FHRD) President.

“Leading this foundation, dedicated to uniting HR professionals across Malta, empowers me to be part of a movement driving positive change within workplaces,” he shared on LinkedIn.

While thanking outgoing President Matthew Naudi for “building FHRD’s strong foundation,” he looks ahead with confidence that, together with the team, FHRD will continue to cultivate a thriving community centred on learning, knowledge sharing, and professional growth.

Mr Debono, an Administrator on the FHRD Board since 2023, is currently the HR Manager at Attard & Co Food Ltd.

Prior to that he headed various initiatives across different economic sectors, including HR consultancy, financial services, and the manufacturing industry.

Overall, Mr Debono has nearly two decades of experience in HR and is proficient in talent management, strategic HR, learning and development, and workforce planning.

Furthermore, he holds a degree in Computing from the University of Greenwich and Master Degree in Business Administration from Institut Universitaire Kurt Bösch in Switzerland. In addition, he is also a certified Business Coach and trainer.

FHRD, an independent body, was established to promote people in management roles and development practices in addition to the development of the HR profession in Malta.

It works in partnership with its corporate members from the private and public sector organisations, the professional HR community of practitioners and service providers along with other key local players in the field of HR management and development.

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FHRD President Noel Debono / LinkedIn


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