The first black senior vice president, general counsel and corporate secretary at UPS Inc. is packing up and moving into retirement.

The Atlanta-based global package delivery company announced Monday that Teri McClure, UPS’s chief human resources officer and senior vice president of labor since 2015, is retiring from that role, effective July 1. Charlene Thomas, a 30-year employee at the company, will succeed her.

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