Enboarder, the people-activation platform that engages employees, has appointed Laura Lee Gentry as chief people officer.
Gentry has moved to this highly customisable platform that optimises the onboarding experience for employers and their new employees, from Applied Systems, where she was chief people officer for over a year.
An alumna of the London School of Business, Gentry joined CSM Global as vice president – talent management, strategy and implementation, bakery supplies, North America, in 2011. A year later, she became VP- global talent management and learning, based out of Atlanta. This was followed by a short stint at YP LLC as VP-HR and talent management. For six years, she was board member at Hands on Atlanta, from 2007 to 2013.
Her next stop was Anisa International where she served as interim chief operating officer for six months.
The longest stint of her career was at Ultimate Software, where she was VP-talent for two years before she was elevated to VP- talent and learning for four years. By 2020, she became the senior VP – employee experience at Ultimate. After a successful tenure of almost seven years, Gentry moved to Applied Systems, where she served as chief people officer for over a year, before taking on her new role at Enboarder.
In India, Enboarder, which enables organisations to transform their people programmes into simple, science-based, human-centric journeys, has its office in Noida, Uttar Pradesh.
Be it onboarding, learning and development, change management, diversity and inclusion, or employee transitions, the Company has created natural sequences to match the people journeys of organisations.