NetApp Welcomes Alessandra Yockelson as Chief Human Resources Officer to Drive Global Growth and Culture Transformation

Mar 19, 2024 Mark

Mar 19, 2024: NetApp , a leading intelligent data infrastructure company, has appointed Alessandra Yockelson as its Chief Human Resources Officer. In her new role, Yockelson will spearhead all aspects of people and organizational strategy, focusing on talent development, performance management, team engagement, and diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) initiatives.

A seasoned professional with over 25 years of experience, Alessandra Yockelson joins NetApp from Pure Storage, where she served as Chief Human Resources Officer, overseeing successful organizational change efforts that drove global performance scaling.

NetApp CEO George Kurian expressed his enthusiasm about Yockelson’s appointment, stating, “I am delighted to welcome Alessandra to NetApp as we continue to transform our company and culture to accelerate growth and deliver value to our employees, customers, partners, and shareholders. Alessandra’s extensive experience and expertise make her the ideal leader to drive our people strategy forward.”

With a doctoral degree from Fundação Getulio Vargas’s São Paulo School of Business Administration, Yockelson has held leadership roles at prominent organizations like Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Diageo, and Philips. She is recognized for her ability to drive global business and culture transformations, fostering cultures of performance and accountability.

“I’m thrilled to join NetApp at this exciting time of innovation and opportunity,” said Alessandra Yockelson. “NetApp has a strong reputation for its technology leadership, customer focus, and collaborative culture. I look forward to working with the talented and diverse team at NetApp to enable our people to grow and thrive in a dynamic market.”

NetApp’s commitment to fostering a culture of innovation, inclusion, and excellence has been recognized by NewsWeek’s World’s Most Trustworthy Companies and America’s Greenest Companies, as well as Silicon Valley Business Journal’s Top 50 Corporate Philanthropists.

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