Elizabeth Brown

Chief People Officer, Unity Technologies

Elizabeth is currently the Chief People Officer at Unity Technologies, one of the most popular gaming engines.  Prior to that she led the HR function at Trulia, an online real estate site.  She spent several years helping grow Trulia including playing a critical role in the Zillow/Trulia acquisition integration.

Prior to joining Trulia, Elizabeth spent two years at LinkedIn leading HR for the Global Sales and Operations group and the HR International team. In this role, she was at the forefront of hyper-growth and led the team to deliver 100 percent year-over-year headcount growth and open several international LinkedIn offices. She also served as an industry thought leader on recruiting, scaling organizations, culture and leadership. Previously, she held several HR leadership positions at Microsoft Corporation and Intuit. Elizabeth received her bachelor’s degree from the University of California, Berkeley. She was recently honored one of SF’s Most Influential Business Women.

Upcoming Conference Sessions Featuring Elizabeth Brown


Shifting Manager Training on Culture: How to Prevent, Not Just Handle Workplace Harassment and Unprofessional Environments

As work environments become more casual, harassment cases tend to increase. HR practitioners are responding by requiring harassment/employment law training for management. But is that an effective approach or just a box to check? Hear the case study of how one of Silicon Valley’s hottest companies, Unity Technologies, is teaching executives how to prevent, not just handle workplace harassment. Attendees will be taken through a simple exercise, demonstrating how they can engage managers while teaching them to spot and stop borderline behavior before it becomes bad. They will to develop day-to-day management practices that promote a casual workplace that is free from workplace discrimination and harassment and dispel common myths about how a typical harassment/employment law class must be conducted.

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