The appointments come amidst a period of accelerated growth for the company, which has experienced an over 200% increase in employee headcount in 2021.
Enterprise automation platform Workato has welcomed new leadership appointments that include Carle Quinn joining as Chief People Officer, and Kerry Moore as Vice President, Talent & Diversity. With the company headquartered in Mountain View, both new hires are based in the United States.
Also joining the organisation is Keith Tyndall as Vice President of Corporate and Brand Marketing.
The appointments come amidst a period of accelerated growth for the company, which has experienced an over 200% increase in employee headcount in 2021. Workato Founder and CEO, Vijay Tella, said: "We’re thrilled to welcome new talent across departments to support Workato’s continued growth."
In the role of Chief People Officer, Carle Quinn will be responsible for all aspects of the HR strategy, including talent management, leadership development, and compensation and benefits, as well as leading all HR functions globally. She brings 20+ years of experience in human capital management, as well as in sales and consulting, which includes tenures at SAP, GE, IBM, and most recently as Vice President of GTM Strategy & Customer Value at Citrix.
Speaking on her appointment, Quinn said: I am so excited to get the opportunity to work alongside the executive team and Vijay on scaling the dynamic Workato culture as global growth continues to be a priority. Like many of the Workato team members, my multi-faceted background serves as a reminder that we all bring a unique and storied perspective to the table."
Kerry Moore joins Workato having previously held positions at technology companies, including UKG (merger between Ultimate Software and Kronos), Entegris, Teledyne FLIR and ZoomInfo where she was credited with building a robust talent acquisition pipeline that celebrated diversity and inclusion.
Moore shared: "I have been impressed with Workato’s growth and dedication to creating an inclusive work environment and look forward to constructing a strong programme on top of a strategically built foundation."
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