Collective Health has appointed Abbie Buck as its new Chief People Officer to oversee the company’s people operations and culture across all locations. Collective Health also adds top-tier talent to its commercial organization to support sales and client success teams focused on delivering industry-leading support for Collective Health’s rapidly growing client base. Collective Health supports over 50 businesses across the U.S., including companies like Box, Driscoll’s, Pinterest, Red Bull, and many more.
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“Leadership is paramount both in times of growth and in unprecedented external changes; we’re thrilled to continue strengthening Collective Health’s foundation with fresh perspectives from such high-caliber, seasoned executives as these”
“Leadership is paramount both in times of growth and in unprecedented external changes; we’re thrilled to continue strengthening Collective Health’s foundation with fresh perspectives from such high-caliber, seasoned executives as these,” said Ali Diab, Co-founder and CEO at Collective Health. “Abbie is an exceptional leader with experience building culture and supporting some of the best companies in the area. Having world-class leaders like Abbie in place has helped us maintain a quality experience for our members, customers, and employees even in turbulent times like what we’re experiencing currently with the COVID-19 crisis.”
Buck brings more than 20 years of experience in developing employee programs to help support growth and shape company culture. Most recently, Buck was VP of Human Resources at Splunk where she spent the last three years helping scale its people programs through a period of rapid growth. Previously, Abbie held senior HR roles at PayPal, eBay, and IBM.
“It’s a privilege to join a company with such an important mission and at such a critical time. While these are certainly unprecedented circumstances, what I have seen of the culture at Collective Health shows true commitment to not only serving members but also supporting one another as colleagues,” said Buck. “I’m excited to help continue to scale the business and its core functions while also helping to shape the culture and support our people to achieve our goals.”
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