Christine Centa elevated to CPO, HashiCorp

Centa was earlier VP-total rewards and people operations for over 4 years

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Christine Centa, who was VP-total rewards and people operations, Hashi Corp, has been promoted to the position of chief people officer.

Armed with an MBA in global management from Babson FW Olin Graduate School of Business, Centa began her professional journey as an HR specialist with Dell Technologies EMC. Six years into this role, she was elevated to the position of HR operations manager, common storage products organization, based out of Massachusetts. Less than two years later, she became senior manager, HR programmes. By 2007, she was handling HR leadership development programme management. Less than five years later, she was promoted yet again, to the position of senior manager, compensation. By august 2012, she assumed the role of director-compensation. After successfully serving as compensation business partner for all services within EMC, for about 22,000 employees, and completing a tenure of almost 12 years, Centa moved on from Dell EMC.

The year 2013 saw her at Pivotal Software as senior director, people rewards, systems and infrastructure, based out of Palo Alto, California. Less than six years later, she was elevated to the role of VP, total rewards, global payroll, mobility, immigration, analytics and HRIS. Her tenure at Pivotal Software lasted six years and nine months.

She joined HashiCorp,the multi-cloud infrastructure automation software company, as VP total rewards and people operations in 2020. Posting about her new role on LinkedIn, Centa says, “My role as CPO is to enable growth by building and delivering the programmes and infrastructural support needed to ensure success at the individual, team and company level. We have a lot in store for FY25, and I can’t wait to get started!”

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