With a hive that spans the globe, the CloudBees team includes some of the very brightest and most talented in their field.
Meet the industry leaders shaking up the world of enterprise DevOps.
President and Chief Executive Officer
Co-Founder and Chief Strategy Officer
Co-Founder & Unified Platform Executive Sponsor
Chief Financial Officer
Chief Product Officer
Chief Revenue Officer
Chief Corporate Development Officer
VP Global Human Resources
Countries employees are in
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22 languages spoken
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.
There wasn’t a time when Runxia Ye wasn’t working in software. "I’ve always either worked for a software company, or if not a software company, I’ve worked in some kind of software department,” she says.
If you’ve ever tried to build a house on sand, then you know the house won’t last long. If you want a sturdy, long-lasting house, then you need to start with a solid foundation. For Thierry Wasylczenko, successful software engineering is built on the same principle.
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.
Since joining CloudBees, there hasn’t been a day George Chidiac thought about working for any other company. "It’s so special here,” he says. Contacted by CloudBees for his current position, George took the job with little hesitation.
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.
For Meda Psibilskyte, working in tech was never part of her career plans. "I studied politics in college, so ending up in tech was quite a jump,” she says. "But after graduating, I knew I needed to find a job and after looking into tech I thought, ‘well, I don’t know much about tech, but it could be really interesting!’”
Working at CloudBees for over 12 years, Spike Washburn is what some would call a CloudBees elder. “I’m often referred to as a historian here because I’ve been through a lot with the company,” he says.
Few people can say they talk to customers as much as Valerie Potter, our strategic customer success manager and self-proclaimed “voice of the customer.” Day-to-day, Valerie has a lot on her plate including customer calls, giving advice on training, onboarding, and helping to liaise with support on technical issues.
It was as early as ninth grade when Devin Nusbaum first tried his hand at software programming. But it took a while before he fell in love with it. "I went to a magnet school for technology, and at the time, I actually didn’t want to go into software engineering,” Devin recalls.
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.
Things move fast for Corinne Krych. So fast, she says, that the last two years at CloudBees feels more like ten. "My position has changed a lot in such a short period of time and I’ve been able to do so many things.” When Corinne joined CloudBees, she started in UI – working on the website.