Meet the industry leaders shaking up the world of enterprise DevOps.
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The CloudBees Hive is a special place. Meet some of our bees who play a significant role in helping our customers deliver business value, compete and stay relevant in the “everything digital” world.
Over the years, Claire Thomas has had her share of lucky breaks. But even better, she’s never failed to make the most out of them. "I’ve gotten very lucky having people take chances on me. But with every chance I’m given, I know I still need to work my butt off,” she says.
When Sunil Mavadia came to us in 2019 after the company he was working for – Electric Cloud – was acquired by CloudBees, he had no trouble embracing his new home. "Even though my company got acquired, I couldn’t be happier working at CloudBees,” Sunil says.
Originally from California – the home of Silicon Valley – Stephanie Pai says that working in the tech industry is in her blood. Although she didn’t pursue an engineering career, she’s found a home on the finance side of tech, where she once worked for a company that audited CloudBees’ financial books.
For Nicola "Nic” Harvey, CloudBees senior director of channels and alliances for EMEA and APAC, the customer doesn’t just come first, "the customer is the hero,” she says. As you can imagine, Nic and her team are laser-focused on fostering relationships with customers, a process that requires building a lot of trust.
There are a few common expectations most people have on their first day of work. For some, it means shaking the hands of their new coworkers, or having their boss take them out to lunch. Not for Mike Youssef, senior enterprise account executive at CloudBees.
Ryan Smith doesn’t fight fires, but to keep his customers happy, he does put out the occasional flame. As a support delivery manager, Ryan handles escalated customer issues and manages the lines of communication between product, engineering, support, and customer success teams.
As the vaccine rollout continues and restrictions are lifting, more people are returning to their pre-pandemic work norms, complete with nine-to-five office schedules and arduous commutes. But that’s not the case for Hope Lynch, senior director, platform at CloudBees. Her work life has never fit the norm. And she likes it that way.
Music and business don’t always mix – unless you happen to be at a tech-industry marketing event. That’s where you’re likely to see Jude Wellington, CloudBees’ marketing events manager, plying his trade. Curating music for these events is one his favorite jobs, Jude says, but it requires a ton of planning and a lot of smart judgement calls.
As a lifelong learner, Kiley Nichols is always looking for problems to solve. In her role as senior demand generation manager, Kiley tests things in a new and exciting way – a perfect fit for her driven personality. "I’m always reading and wanting to figure out new things,” she says.
Jeanne sent her team a playful meme this week: "Be brave enough to suck at something new today.” For Jeanne, that would apply to her own struggle trying to master spreadsheets. "Spreadsheets are not my thing,” Jeanne says. "I have to work so hard at those things. But there’s other people whose brains are just wired that way. So, I surround myself with those people.”