Seasoned Silicon Valley executive to lead the people and talent strategy fueling the company’s continued growth
Globality, the company revolutionizing the B2B services economy with its innovative AI-based platform, announced that it has appointed Silicon Valley veteran Sonia Mathai to lead the company’s people and talent strategy. Attracting and developing the best talent in the industry and building on the company’s unique culture and focus on global inclusion remain top priorities to accelerate Globality’s continued growth and innovation. Mathai’s track record as an accomplished people leader, culture builder, and talent recruiter make her a strong addition to Globality’s leadership team.
In addition to building on the strengths of Globality’s culture and recruiting top talent around the world, Mathai will focus on deepening employee development and engagement and developing key capabilities to scale the company’s global people strategy. As Globality CEO Joel Hyatt noted, “Globality has a strong mission, and our employees care deeply about what we do. Continuing to be a best place to work, and a culture where people thrive and grow professionally is core to our business, and I’m excited to work alongside with Sonia to ensure we achieve these critical goals for the company’s current and future growth.”
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Regarding her new position, Mathai said, “I’m excited and inspired about Globality and its tremendous promise to transform the future of work and how services are sourced around the world. Building a high-performance team who will further Globality’s culture of excellence through diversity and collaboration will be a significant driver toward the company’s success. I’m thrilled to have this opportunity to amplify Globality’s core values of innovation and market inclusiveness.”
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Mathai brings an impressive 19-year track record working for technology providers such as Synack and Upwork. She is an advisor and contributor to the Forbes Human Resources Council, and graduated from the University of Nevada, Reno. Sonia also holds certifications from the University of California, Davis, and in human resources.
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