ADURO – The Human Performance Company – Expands Executive Team After Securing $22 Million Investment

ADURO, the leading Human Performance company, announced the expansion of its leadership team with the hiring of industry veterans, Bruce Bourne in the role of Chief Financial Officer, and Barbara Fisher, as Chief Operating and People Officer. The move comes soon after ADURO announced $22 million in growth funding from private equity investor Abry Partners to shake up the broken health and well-being sector.

ADURO’s Human Performance solutions unlock the potential of people for employers and health systems to reach greater productivity, engagement and well-being. Crucial to the shared success of ADURO and its customers is building a team and culture with a progressive growth mindset in place.

Bourne brings a wealth of financial and healthcare industry knowledge from several prior CFO roles and his position as Senior Vice President of Strategic Planning and Execution at United Behavioral Health, a UnitedHealth Group Company.

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“My career has largely been spent helping companies rapidly grow or manage other significant changes,” said Bourne. “Joining ADURO gives me the opportunity to bring these experiences to a company that truly cares about its customers and is quickly evolving through product and service innovation, which are both critical indicators of long-term success.”

Fisher brings more than two decades of experience from Intel Corporation, where she recently served as Vice President, Chief Human Relations Officer of Talent Management. Her approach to people leadership combines experience and demonstrated acumen in business operations, scale, talent management, culture and change.

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“I’m extremely excited to take on this role at ADURO,” said Fisher. “The entire workforce cares about the well-being of everyone, not just themselves. They care about driving true human performance in every individual so that they can be great at anything. And that’s amazing.”

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