Latest HR Tech Executive News
- Personnel Changes
- Published on November 13, 2023
Who's moving up in the HR Tech world? Our latest roundup tells all.
DHI Group announced it has hired Raime Leeby as its new Chief Financial Officer. Based in Denver, Ms. Leeby will have overall responsibility for the financial organization, including financial planning, accounting, financial reporting, investor relations, treasury, internal audit and tax.
“It’s not often you come across a CFO with such vision and strategic outlook as Raime. We were drawn to her versatile skillset and unique blend of strategic and financial acumen,” said Art Zeile, Chief Executive Officer. “Raime’s deep experience working across many parts of the organization will be an ideal fit as DHI further executes upon our product-driven strategy, delivering for technology professionals, employers seeking tech talent and our shareholders.”
Ms. Leeby brings over 23 years of financial experience, including working at public companies and high-growth startups. Before joining DHI, she served as Chief Strategy Officer and interim CFO at US Med-Equip, a company that provides life-saving medical equipment and solutions to hospitals across the nation.
The Muse, a trailblazing job search and career development platform serving tens of millions of job seekers and hundreds of growing companies, today announced it has hired Todd Brengel, former Senior Vice President and General Manager at PandoLogic, as SVP of Sales, reporting to Chief Executive Officer Heather Tenuto.
Brengel, who also serves as a part-time sales coach at Harvard Business School, adds: "Today's talent leaders want to tell their unique story and attract relevant candidates that understand their company—and their roles. The Muse is well-positioned to help employers not only amplify their brand but attract the best candidates. I'm thrilled to join on this journey with them."
"Todd brings to The Muse and Fairygodboss a passion for helping organizations amplify their talent brand to attract the right candidates," says Tenuto. "He has a proven track record in scaling go-to-market organizations and revenue growth, and we are thrilled he has joined us on our mission to help more employers realize significant improvements in time and cost to hire and employee turnover so that they can build the teams they need to be successful in today's competitive marketplace."
Harver, the industry-leading hiring solution helping organizations optimize their talent decisions, today announced the promotions of Dr. Ben Porr to chief customer officer (CCO), Chris Pateman to chief sales officer (CSO), and Arnold Sowole to executive vice president (EVP) of product and engineering. These leadership appointments strengthen the company’s commitment to delivering customers best-in-class product and science innovation, while also positioning Harver as a long-term, strategic partner.
“We are thrilled to elevate Ben, Chris, and Arnold to our executive leadership team at this pivotal moment in Harver’s evolution,” said Steve Martin, chief executive officer, Harver. “As tenured executives at Harver, they have proven leadership experience, deep industry and product knowledge, and an unwavering commitment to solving the tough problems and delivering solutions we are proud to stand behind.”
Papaya Global announced six senior executive hires. Papaya Global's innovation empowers enterprise organizations to manage and pay their global workforces confidently, these senior leaders will continue the focus on the company's growth.
While completing the transition to a payments company, Papaya Global announces the executives joining its leadership team:
Laetitia Moncarz, SVP Payments: Having held leading roles in all major segments of the payments industry – banks, network, and payments providers - Laetitia will lead Papaya Global in bringing a safe and secure payments solution to enterprises around the world.
Paul Gasbarro, SVP Sales: A veteran of TriNet, Paul leverages multi-industry experience in building high-performing sales teams and organizations. Paul will develop and lead Papaya Global's enterprise-focused sales strategy.
Efrat Spasser- Farber, SVP Operations: Recently promoted from within Papaya Global, Efrat will lead innovative processes between financial interfaces and technology while applying an advanced business perspective.
Shira Millstein, SVP HR: Shira's career has been dedicated to creating inclusive and engaging work environments, which perfectly aligns with Papaya's core values. Shira will lead the HR team in driving organizational growth and efficiency.
Jonathan Hall, VP Sales, APAC: Jonathan will build the Papaya Global team in APAC, as the company expands its activity in Asia.
An industry leader will join as SVP Product at the beginning of 2024.
Over the past year, Papaya has been recognized as one of TIME100's Most Innovative Companies, named as Industry Leader by NelsonHall, and included in FXC Intelligence's 30 Most Promising Cross-Border Payments Companies for 2023.