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Glassdoor Ropes in Carina Cortez as its VP & Chief People Officer

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Glassdoor Ropes in Carina Cortez as its VP & Chief People Officer

CEO Insights Team

Glassdoor, a US based job and recruiting website, appoints Carina Cortez as its vice president and Chief People Officer. In her new role, Carina would be responsible for building the company’s people strategy and infrastructure while the company works on its global expansion.

Speaking on the appointment, Christian Sutherland-Wong, President & Chief Operating Officer comments, “I am thrilled to welcome Carina to Glassdoor. She brings tremendous experience and leadership to our people teams as we continue our global growth, both as a business and an employer,” he continues, “Glassdoor is a company on a mission to help people everywhere find a job and company they love, and I’m confident that Carina will build on Glassdoor’s excellence as an amazing employer and help us hire hundreds more talented employees around the world”.

Carina possesses about 20 years of experience in HR, recruitment and people operations. She has served across a diverse set of companies such as Ellie Mae,
Walmart eCommerce, PayPal and Visa. Before joining Glassdoor, Carina served Ellie Mae as its Executive Vice President of human resources. She led the teams in charge of recruiting and retaining employees at a time of rapid growth. Prior to Ellie Mae, Carina was associated with Walmart eCommerce as the Vice President of human resources.

Carina holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administrations from the California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. She initiated her career as a teachers’ aide, helping Spanish speaking students learn English through the use of technology.

Glassdoor has its finger on the pulse of the future of work. To lead the people teams at an organization so focused on helping people find a job and company they love is as good as it gets




Excited about her appointment, Carina states, “Glassdoor has its finger on the pulse of the future of work. To lead the people teams at an organization so focused on helping people find a job and company they love is as good as it gets," she further adds, “My vision is to provide the very best employee experience for Glassdoor’s growing global workforce, including working with leaders to help our employees grow their careers”.

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