CareerBuilder is a global, end-to-end human capital solutions company focused on helping employers find, hire and manage great talent. Combining advertising, software and services, CareerBuilder leads the industry in recruiting solutions, employment screening and human capital management. CareerBuilder is majority-owned by funds managed by affiliates of Apollo Global Management, LLC and operates in the United Stat...

Susan Arthur
Mary Delaney
President, Sourcing & Employment Screening Services
Leigh-Margaret Stull
Chief Product Officer
Mark R. Pacioni
General Counsel
Jeff Furman
VP, Global Real Estate & Procurement

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CareerBuilder appoints Leigh-Margaret Stull Chief Product Officer

CareerBuilder appoints Leigh-Margaret Stull Chief Product Officer

HR technology company CareerBuilder has promoted Leigh-Margaret Still to the position of Chief Product Officer. Ms. Stull will oversee the company’s suite of products, as well as help to continue driving innovation in the HR tech space. "Leigh-Margaret holds an impressive record of developing large-scale digital solutions that improve our clients' experience on our platforms and position CareerBuilder for long-term growth," said CareerBuilder CEO Irina Novoselsky. "Her leadership is essential as we roll out the latest updates to our Talent Acquisition Suite that make it easier for job seekers to find the perfect role and streamline the experience for employers in our increasingly remote environment." Ms. Stull joined CareerBuilder’s senior leadership team in 2010, after a career including strategic planning, change management and innovation initiatives for Grainger, Teletech and General Motors. At CareerBuilder, she has played a key role in strategy, R&D and execution of product innovations. "CareerBuilder has been a leader in innovation for 25 years, and now more than ever we are seeing the importance of insight-driven solutions for finding and filling jobs," said Ms. Stull. "Talent acquisition today is ripe for disruption. Job seekers' expectations are rapidly changing, and recruiters are struggling with fragmented, disjointed systems. We need to lead with solutions that shed the layers and help the system work better for everyone — and we're just scratching the surface."

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