News: NetApp appoints Alessandra Yockelson as Chief Human Resources Officer


NetApp appoints Alessandra Yockelson as Chief Human Resources Officer

Yockelson brings over 25 years of industry experience to her new role at NetApp.
NetApp appoints Alessandra Yockelson as Chief Human Resources Officer

NetApp, the intelligent data infrastructure company, announced the appointment of Alessandra Yockelson as Chief Human Resources Officer. Alessandra joins the company with decades of experience and expertise in leading global talent organisations, driving operational excellence, and fostering cultures of performance and accountability.

In this role, Alessandra will lead all aspects of people and organisational strategy, including talent development and growth, performance management, team engagement, recruiting, DEIB, and compensation and benefits. 

In her most recent role before NetApp, Alessandra worked with Pure Storage, where she served as Chief Human Resources Officer since August 2021 and led organisational change efforts that resulted in global performance scaling. She also worked with Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Diageo and Philips in leadership roles. Alessandra currently serves on the board of directors for Vista Equity Partners portfolio company, iCIMS, where she provides strategic insight and counsel to support continuous innovation and operational excellence for its next phase of growth.

“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,” said George Kurian, CEO at NetApp. 

“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,” said Alessandra.

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