Michelle Reed is the chief marketing officer for SkillSurvey. She’s a passionate leader who enjoys working for organizations that help customers drive performance and results. In her role as CMO, she’s responsible for the development, oversight, and execution of the company’s overall marketing strategy. She leads a team of talented marketing professionals that create programs to drive interest and demand in SkillSurvey’s solutions. She’s a results-oriented, hands-on marketing and communications executive with over two decades of experience working for technology companies. Her curiosity and passion for learning have enabled her to build a unique expertise in brand strategy, digital marketing, demand generation as well as customer engagement programs. In addition to her experience in marketing, she’s also held prior roles in software development, product management, college recruiting, and human resources. She is a graduate of Drexel University and currently serves in an advisory capacity to the board of directors for the Domestic Violence Center of Chester County.
Content Featuring Michelle Reed
The EEOC believes that 75% of workplace harassment incidents go unreported. Could we be to blame for not being able to stand up to power within our organizations? Take a look at how we got here, the challenges that contribute to this current crisis, and several practical steps for effectively preventing and managing sexual misconduct.
Join SkillSurvey Chief Marketing Office Michelle Reed to bust bad (false) beliefs of reference checking and learn how tech can ensure reference checking success.
Learn which reference checking myths might be true, and which are false, as well as how using the latest technology advances will help your organization reduce time to hire, while increasing their value to the organization.
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