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Datadog Welcomes David Galloreese as New Chief People Officer

Datadog Welcomes David Galloreese as New Chief People Officer

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Datadog, Inc., the monitoring and security platform for cloud applications, announced that David Galloreese joined as Chief People Officer. Galloreese has more than 20 years of human resources experience from roles at brands like Figma, Wells Fargo, Walmart, Medallia and Caesars Entertainment.

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“David brings a wealth of experience leading the People function at both tech companies and large-scale, high-visibility brands. He has also been a trusted advisor to many companies in recent years,” said Olivier Pomel, co-founder and CEO of Datadog. “David is a great addition to the executive team and he will help drive the next chapter of growth and scale at Datadog.”

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“I’m looking forward to continuing to build Datadog’s mission, culture and team,” said Galloreese. “Hiring and developing the best talent is essential to building market-leading products and providing excellent experiences to end customers. This becomes even more true as the company continues to rapidly grow.”

Most recently, Galloreese was a Senior Advisor at McKinsey & Company, and advised companies like Karat, Guild and Gametime. Prior to his advisor roles, he held Chief Human Resources Officer positions at Figma and Wells Fargo, was the Chief People Officer at Sam’s Club, and was the Head of People & Culture at Medallia.

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