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Eileen Schloss

Chair of HR CC

Eileen Schloss is a multidimensional, strategic and transformational human capital expert who has worked successfully and directly with CEOs and boards as a global chief human resources officer and for companies ranging from major global brands in the Fortune 500 to pre-IPO businesses needing to scale

She has a growth track record and is experienced in, advising, mentoring and guiding HR strategy and operational elements of acquisitions from due diligence through full integration and divestitures. Prior to retirement, Schloss spent 4 years as the CHRO of Medidata, where she helped grow the company from $260M in revenue to ~$500M accelerating value creation by aligning strategy with organizational design, assessing and developing leadership and top-grading the leadership team.

She serves on the Alteryx Board of Directors and is on the Compensation and Nom/Gov Committees.  Additionally, she serves on the CCC IS Board of Directors and Chairs the Compensation Committee.

Before Medidata, Schloss spent five years with Rovi Corp., (now Tivo) a publicly traded digital media entertainment software and services company, where she managed all workforce and human resources activity for 2500 employees worldwide.  During her time with Rovi she managed 19 acquisitions or divestitures and focused on the cultural integration of each.  Schloss held the top HR position for the prior 17 years, including Caspian Networks, Exodus Communications, AppGenesys, and Apple Computer.  In these roles, she reported directly to CEO’s and President’s and served as their trusted advisor and coach helping them transform their companies to achieve their mission and growth objectives.

In partnership with committee chairs Schloss has managed the compensation committee’s for Medidata, Rovi, Caspian, Exoxus and Apple.  Her extensive global experience includes work in Asia and Europe where she managed significant workforce issues, including union threats and Works Council negotiations.

Schloss received her MS in Technology Management from Pepperdine University and a BS in Organizational Behavior from the University of San Francisco.  She completed the Directors’ College at Stanford Law School and has earned Governance Fellow status from the National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD).

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