Chief People Officer
Top Women Leaders 2019
ProfileWhen SalesLoft brought Christine Kaszubski on as the company’s first Chief People Officer at the end of 2017, half of the company’s team had less than a year of tenure—and a year later, an additional 180 employees were hired. Christine’s role in her new company was clear: be the guiding hand to develop and manage employee structures and processes in order to support continued rapid growth while sustaining employee satisfaction. As part of this mandate, Christine has more than doubled SalesLoft’s human resources team, adjusted its employee benefits programs to be best-in-class, developed a recruiting process to ensure top talent is hired and expanded its employee training programs.
Her impressive accomplishments were highlighted by a colleague, “Christine's commitment to SalesLoft, when she joined the team, was to create industry-leading programs that other companies would want to emulate. And she has done exactly that with the paid parental leave program, launching a women's integrated network, diversity and inclusion initiatives, as well as enhancing SalesLoft's total rewards program. Christine is always working to ensure that SalesLoft's core values are reflected in every area of the business.”
She brought to the company almost twenty years of HR experience. Previously, she was Chief People Officer at real estate software company Commissions Inc. Prior to that, she was Vice President of HR at C2 Education, Senior Human Resource Business Partner at Dunkin’ Brands and Human Resource Manager at Ford Motor Company. Christine received her bachelor’s degree from Western Michigan University and a master’s in organizational development from Colorado State University.