DoubleVerify has declared the appointment of Rose Velez-Smith as EVP and Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) of the organization. The software platform known for digital media management, data, and analytics, plans to construct a culture that draws in, holds and fosters the best individuals with Velez-Smith featuring this drive.
As CHRO, Velez-Smith will be entrusted with every one of the parts of the organization’s HR technique and individuals works around the world, including ability the board, initiative turn of events, pay and advantages, variety, and consideration and having a place.
Mark Zagorski, CEO, DoubleVerify remarked on this appointment, “DV’s kin are our most prominent resource and driver of our upper hand and Rose’s involvement with executing huge scope worker securing, improvement and commitment programs for high development worldwide organizations, makes her impeccably fit to assist with propelling the DoubleVerify association to our next phase of achievement.”
Already, Velez-Smith dealt with the worldwide HR endeavors for Pitney Bowes, going through over twenty years with the association. Most as of late, she filled in as Vice President of Total Rewards and HR Shared Services and drove the association’s COVID Management group all through the pandemic. She was liable for creating and coordinating Human Resources Talent techniques around the world. Likewise, she additionally created key labor force arrangements in the space of worker relations, commitment and advancement, enlisting, ability obtaining, consolidations and acquisitions, and lawful and administrative consistency. Preceding Pitney Bowes, Velez-Smith was Regional Human Resources Director at Navigant International and went through nine years at Champion International in different HR jobs.
“I’m eager to join DoubleVerify when the organization is quickly extending worldwide and I anticipate working with the elite DV group to cement an association and culture that mirrors the advancement and energy we bring to tackling the business’ hardest difficulties.” said Rose Velez-Smith on her appointment.