Former Nasdaq director supports global momentum for world’s leading Insights Exchange.
Cint, the world’s Insights Exchange, today announced the appointment of Johanna Isander as Chief Human Resource Officer to support the company’s strong global growth and talent management initiatives.
In this newly created executive role, Isander will have a global remit. She will be responsible for building a performance and people management program, establishing a formal learning and development curriculum, and updating the benefits for Cint’s more than a dozen offices around the world.
As the demand for rich, self-declared, first-party data to improve customer engagement and marketing initiatives continues to grow, Isander will support Cint’s evolving international talent needs while based in Stockholm, Sweden. In the US, teams are growing in San Francisco, New York, Atlanta, Los Angeles and Chicago, and this momentum comes on the heels of the recent appointment of former Yume and Yahoo! executive Cint Vice President of Partner Solutions Michael Teng.
“Johanna is the entrepreneurial and driven HR Manager we have been searching for. She is set to build an HR department more or less from the ground up and it will be an integral part of Cint’s growth,” said Morten Strand, CEO, Cint. “The HR department will support the organization on a global level with HR strategies and processes such as employee attraction, retention, development, compensation and benefits to help ensure we continue to develop in the desired direction and reach the targets our company has set”.
Most recently, Isander served as senior director of HR for Nasdaq, and previously worked at SunGard and UniCredit. She is a graduate of Lund University and brings to Cint more than 8 years’ of experience in international talent management.
For career opportunities with Cint, or to learn more about its Insights Exchange technology and how a business can instantly access and benefit from insights from more than 40 million registered consumers, check out: www.cint.com.