Team announcement

The Org Elevates Ditte Vedsted Dyrvig to Director of Partnerships

The Org Elevates Ditte Vedsted Dyrvig to Director of Partnerships, The Org

Ditte Vedsted Dyrvig has a new role on The Org’s Growth team. Effective immediately, she has been elevated to Director of Partnerships.

In this new role, Ditte’s area of responsibility centers around being a trusted adviser for The Org’s customers, driving value through the platform, facilitating product adoption, and helping enterprises understand the power The Org offers to teams.

This is Ditte’s second internal move since she joined The Org. She first joined as a member of the Research team in February 2020 before taking on a new challenge on the Growth team as a Customer Success Manager in September 2020.

“Ditte exemplifies a great colleague and the culture of The Org. She is incredible, hardworking, motivated, and compassionate and brings so much hygge to the company,” Head of Partnerships Adam Bruskin said. “It’s also admirable how she has worn multiple different hats and grow multiple different departments in her year-plus at The Org. I'm very excited to see how Ditte continues to grow personally and help the team as she takes on her responsibilities in this new role.”

Ditte’s promotion comes as she is expecting a new addition to her family in the coming weeks.

“I am happy and some ways also proud to be working in a company that just days before a woman goes on maternity leave gives her a promotion,” Ditte added, “I think that tells a lot about the people and culture at The Org.”

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