Indeed appoints Maggie Hulce and LaFawn Davis to new leadership roles

Indeed appoints Maggie Hulce as chief revenue officer and LaFawn Davis as chief people and sustainability officer, effective immediately.
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Indeed, the world’s #1 job site, has announced the appointments of Maggie Hulce as chief revenue officer and LaFawn Davis as chief people and sustainability officer. Both will continue to serve on Indeed’s senior leadership team and report to CEO Chris Hyams.

Hyams said: “We are thrilled for Maggie and LaFawn to take on these new leadership roles in pursuit of our mission to help people get jobs. Maggie and LaFawn are extraordinary collaborators and leaders, and are widely respected. I look forward to working with them to help simplify Indeed as we help people find better work and help employers hire great candidates.”

In her role as chief revenue officer, Hulce will lead Indeed’s global revenue organization, including sales, client success, go-to-market acceleration, and marketing teams. She will also drive strategy and marketplace alignment with the R&D function. Previously, Hulce was executive vice president and general manager for job seeker at Indeed. She has also held roles at Google and McKinsey & Company.

Hulce is a board member of Social Venture Partners and a member of the Connecticut Governor’s Workforce Council. She graduated cum laude from Harvard with a BA in economics and received her MBA with distinction from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.

Davis will oversee an integrated people and sustainability organization focused on helping all Indeed employees grow and thrive, while embedding equity and sustainability in everything Indeed does. In her role, Davis oversees HR, talent attraction and engagement, employee enablement, learning and development, and people transformation teams. She also leads DEIB+, social and environmental impact, and responsible AI & technology teams.

Previously, Davis was senior vice president of ESG and vice president of inclusion at Indeed. She has also held HR, D&I, and culture roles at Google, PayPal, and Twilio.

Davis serves on the board of the World Wellbeing Movement and as an advisory board member of Lesbians Who Tech. She is a limited partner in Operator Collective and an angel investor and fellow of the Black Venture Institute. She has been listed among Fortune’s Most Powerful Women, Entrepreneur’s 100 Women of Impact, and Fast Company’s Queer50.

Bryan Hay

Bryan Hay is the Associate Editor of Workplace Journal

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