HireVue, the global leader in video interviewing, assessments, and text-enabled recruiting tools today announced the appointment of Chief Growth Officer (CGO) Patrick Morrissey and Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) Amanda Hahn.
The role will see Morrisey lead the company’s drive to catalyze the movement around hiring for customers and job candidates alike. Marketing, Product, Data Science and I/O psychology divisions will all report into Morrissey, enabling innovations that help customers orchestrate talent plans for future success, and allowing interviews to happen on a candidate’s terms, connecting them to the best roles on offer.
Morrisey brings 25 years in global sales and marketing leadership roles to HireVue, most recently as SVP and GM of the enterprise sales and marketing business unit at Upland Software, connecting customer journeys to repeatable sales processes. Other prior key leadership roles include CMO at Altify and Chief Revenue Officer at Simpplr, and VP roles at Business Objects and Salesforce.com
Amanda Hahn, HireVue’s VP of product marketing for the past 9 years, has been promoted into the role of Chief Marketing Officer as another key building block of the company’s growth strategy. Helping current and future customers optimize how HireVue helps them to find and retain the best candidates requires a stellar CMO with a global mindset. Combining her deep knowledge of the product and background as a corporate recruiter, Hahn brings a wealth of marketing, and leadership experience into the role, alongside a deep understanding of customers’ challenges.
Anthony A. Reynolds, HireVue’s Chief Executive Officer said, “I’m excited to share our ongoing commitment to growth as we introduce Patrick Morrissey in the newly created role of Chief Growth Officer, and the promotion of Amanda Hahn to Chief Marketing Officer.”
“The way the world works is changing at lightspeed, and with Amanda’s deep industry background, and Patrick’s keen eye for innovation, we’re poised to help our customers continue hiring the top talent they need to thrive.”