Up the ranks: Brightcove appoints Trisha Stiles as its Chief People Officer

One of her many responsibilities is to strengthen and amplify Brightcove’s organisational structure, talent development, and culture building.

Streaming technology company Brightcove has appointed Trisha Stiles as its Chief People Officer (CPO). Her tenure will officially start on 29 August 2022, and she will report to Marc DeBevoise, CEO, Brightcove.

As CPO, Stiles - with her over 20 years of experience leading human resources for Fortune 500 companies - will lead Brightcove's human resource strategy, which includes talent & performance management. On top of that, she will spearhead the diversity, equity, and inclusion (DE&I) initiatives, develop competitive people practices, and reinforce the company's strategic direction and business growth.

Beyond that, Stiles will also be focusing on strengthening and amplifying Brightcove’s organisational structure, talent development, and culture building.

"Trisha is a seasoned human resources executive with a deep commitment to developing inclusive, collaborative company cultures where employees are motivated to drive results and succeed,” said DeBevoise. “I’ve had the pleasure of working with Trisha before and know she will be the perfect fit to strengthen our company's culture and attract top talent to Brightcove.”

Prior to this appointment, Stiles served as Tableau's Vice President of Employee Success where she oversaw the human resources strategy for the organisation's global engineering, product & marketing teams. Earlier in her career, she was the Head of HR at CBS Interactive where she helped build the culture across its numerous multimedia brands, and worked closely with the leadership team and employee groups.

Sharing her delight on the appointment, Stiles said: "Creating connectivity with employees in this new work from anywhere world is paramount to develop, grow, and build out successful diverse teams. Brightcove has cultivated a connected workforce of passionate people all over the globe who bring a diversity of strengths, ideas, and backgrounds."

"I’m very excited to build on the company's strong foundation to create an environment where our team members can do their best work and be their best selves."

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