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Lynne Oldham

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Lynne Oldham Volition Strategic Advisory Board

Lynne is a successful global Chief People Officer and business leader with 20 years of progressive experience in strategic HR leadership and key talent acquisition in various industries, driving profitable growth strategies for startups, private and public companies, and international organizations. She is currently the Chief People Officer at Stash. Prior, Lynne served as Zoom’s Chief People Officer, joining just prior to IPO, and navigating continued business scaling, employee engagement, and safeguarding culture through COVID and the racial/social unrest of 2020.

Lynne serves as a key advisor to C-suite executives, identifying transformational necessities and clarifying the leadership profile required for an organization to pivot business strategy and develop change initiatives to achieve sustainable growth. She is an inspirational and successful developer of talent with a passion for instilling leadership that improves organizational culture, company bench strength, business operations, employee morale, internal communication, recruitment strategy, and diversity and inclusion initiatives.

Lynne holds a Juris Doctor from Seton Hall University School of Law and a Bachelor’s Degree in Finance and Business Administration from State University of New York, College at New Paltz.

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Hiring in a Post Pandemic World – Scaling Success Podcast

How Zoom’s Chief People Officer Handled Unprecedented Growth During the Pandemic: Business Insider