Hayden Temin is a human resources (HR) leader at Booz Allen. She sets the strategy and advances the firm’s portfolio of products and services across the HR business partner organization, shared service center, and employee relations and compliance teams. She brings to her role deep experience in overseeing initiatives to strategically align personnel to mission priorities, implementing organizational redesigns, and addressing critical topics such as increasing diversity and inclusion and supporting mental health and wellness in the workforce.
Prior to joining Booz Allen, Hayden held high-level positions within the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). As the FBI’s chief of HR, she led the full hire-to-retire lifecycle for the 35,000-member workforce, including recruiting, selection, payroll, promotions, transfers, removals, and retirements. Her accomplishments included shepherding the Bureau through the COVID-19 crisis across all missions and more than 300 locations, developing new approaches to attract diverse talent, and revamping the FBI’s approach to mental health and resilience.
Previously, as the FBI’s chief strategy officer, she managed the agency’s $5.8 billion compensation and benefits budget and led a refresh of Bureau strategy. She also streamlined operations and reduced risk through policy reduction, oversaw multiple reviews of internal programs including the insider threat program, and built the FBI's business process re-engineering and automation function.
Prior to joining the FBI, Hayden held positions with the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, the Brookings Institution, and the Joint Economic Committee of the U.S. Congress.
She holds a B.A. in economics from Kenyon College and an M.B. A. from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business.