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R. Douglas Rose

Douglas Rose - Executive Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer - First Midwest Bank

Executive Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer


Doug Rose is the Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer at First Midwest Bancorp, Inc. He is responsible for leading the company’s human resources (HR) function, including talent management, talent acquisition, colleague engagement, organizational development, total rewards, and diversity and inclusion, to ensure that First Midwest’s human capital agenda supports its business objectives.

Rose has more than 28 years of experience in human resources, strategy, and consulting. Prior to joining First Midwest, he was the Senior Vice President and Chief HR Officer at Discover Financial Services, where he was also a member of the company’s Executive Committee. He has also held senior HR leadership positions at United Airlines and Capital One.

Rose is a board member of the Camping and Education Foundation and CentroNía. He has a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Michigan and a bachelor’s degree in Communications from the University of Pennsylvania.