SendGrid adds Money as chief people officer

Wednesday October 5, 2016 0 comments Tags: Denver, SendGrid, Pattie Money, Sameer Dholakia


DENVER -- SendGrid, a leading delivery platform for customer communication that drives engagement and growth, today announced Pattie Money has joined the company as chief people officer.Sendgrid_logoUSE

Money comes to SendGrid with more than 20 years of HR leadership experience, spending the last 15 years in the technology sector.

Prior to joining SendGrid, she served as chief people officer at TubeMogul, a publicly traded, global ad tech company in the Bay Area and senior VP of human resources for Mercury Payment Systems, a payment technology company.

Before that, she led the HR function for Monotype and was a member of the senior leadership team that evolved the company from a small subsidiary of Agfa Corp, to a global, publicly traded stand-alone organization.

"Pattie brings a wealth of human resources and recruiting experience to SendGrid and her expertise will play a key role in supporting our growth," said Sameer Dholakia, SendGrid CEO.

"She shares our commitment to attracting and retaining the best talent, fostering an inclusive work environment and personifies our 4H values. We're excited to have her join our team."

As chief people officer, Money will oversee SendGrid's greatest assets -- its people. She is responsible for building and implementing strategies and programs to support the company's ambitious growth and evolving organization while preserving and enhancing SendGrid's core culture.

"I'm thrilled to join the SendGrid team and have the opportunity to drive employee engagement and help champion SendGrid's 4H values and culture," said Money.

"I look forward to partnering with our stellar people operations team to continue building and developing SendGrid's strong base of talent."

SendGrid delivers more than 30 billion emails each month for Internet and mobile-based customers like Airbnb, Pandora, HubSpot, Spotify, Uber and FourSquare as well as more traditional enterprises like Intuit and Costco.