Clari Appoints Laura MacKinnon as Chief People Officer
Former Yahoo! and Logitech human relations leader to drive company’s people and culture efforts
Clari, the revenue operations leader, announced the appointment of Laura MacKinnon as Chief People Officer. With more than 20 years of experience building and leading people organizations at high-tech firms including Yahoo!, Logitech, Coupa Software and Electronic Arts, Laura will lead the company’s people experience, operations and talent acquisition functions across Clari’s Sunnyvale and Bengaluru offices.
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“We’ve always been laser focused on talent development, employee engagement, and enhancing our culture because it’s our people who make our company truly great,” said Andy Byrne. “Not only does Laura have the experience to continue to foster and grow our employee-centric culture, but she also has the business acumen to support our company’s business goals and long-term growth.”
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Most recently, Laura served as Chief People Officer at SignalFx (acquired by Splunk) where she more than doubled the organization to over 300 employees and led the company’s People Operations, Talent, and Facilities teams. Previously, she was the Vice President of People, Places & Culture at UserTesting where she drove all aspects of the company’s People strategy and led strategic programs for enhancing the corporate culture and improving employee performance. Prior to that, she held executive leadership positions at Coupa Software, Logitech, Opsware, and Yahoo!.
“Clari has built a company culture based on trust, transparency, inclusion, and continuous learning—and it’s clear by their reputation and success in the industry,” said MacKinnon. “I am thrilled to join the Clari family and look forward to leading this remarkable team through its next phase of growth.”
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