project44 strengthens executive team with new Chief People Officer


project44, the supply chain visibility platform, announced that Renee Mauldin has joined the company as Chief People Officer. A tech veteran with a record of driving talent strategies at prominent high-growth companies, Mauldin now leads all people initiatives at project44. As a key member of the executive team, Mauldin aims to build on the existing culture to create a diverse and inclusive workforce with people at the centre of the organization. 

Renee was in the driver’s seat at critical junctures for some of the most iconic tech companies, directing all things people as those organizations achieved audacious goals,” said Jett McCandless, project44 Founder and CEO.​“We’re thrilled to welcome her to the leadership team as we take project44 to the next level, working with our global team to scale and innovate in the months and years ahead.” 

Mauldin brings more than 20 years of experience to her new role at project44, including a track record of success in industries such as technology and banking, where she built and led global teams at some of the world’s most well-known, high-growth brands. Prior to joining project44, Mauldin served as Chief People Officer at Nubank where she played an integral role in scaling the private company from fewer than 100 employees to more than 5,000 team members and a successful IPO

Earlier in her career, Mauldin served as Global Head of People & Places at Uber as well as People Ops Leader for Ads & Commerce at Google. In a previous role as Human Resources Senior Director at Capital One. In these positions, Mauldin gained international experience in how to build innovative, people-first company cultures through smart talent acquisition and development strategies. 

The supply chain touches everyone, and as a supply chain visibility innovator, we have an opportunity to make a positive impact on people’s daily lives. project44 is playing a role in how we use technology to make our lives easier and I am thrilled to be a part of that mission.” Mauldin said. 

Source: project44