- Digitally-native technology services company Globant SA (NYSE: GLOB) announced a series of appointments to expand its global management team as it rapidly grows
Digitally-native technology services company Globant SA (NYSE: GLOB) announced a series of appointments to expand its global management team as it rapidly grows. And the company has decided to expand its senior leadership team to drive the need for growth, development, and diversity. These are some of the management changes:
Fernando Matzkin — Named Chief Business Officer, North America. And Matzkin will be responsible for the overall expansion in North America while continuing to drive Globant’s strategy and client relationships.
Nicolás Ávila — Appointed Chief Technology Officer, North America. In the last ten years, Ávila led some of Globant’s top clients. Going forward, Ávila will lead and expand Globant’s Augmented Coding platform and the Studios’ footprint in the US.
People And Delivery
Patricia Pomies — Pomies will now have dual roles as Globant’s Chief People Officer while continuing to oversee Globant’s business as Chief Delivery Officer. And with the combined roles, Pomies is in charge of bringing together the People department with the Delivery teams to ensure unified strategies to boost Globant’s talent retention and development around the globe.
Mercedes MacPherson — MacPherson is the company’s global Chief Talent and Diversity Officer. MacPherson is responsible for global internal experience, leading career development, talent nurturing, culture and diversity programs.
Europe and Asia
Luis Ferrándiz — Ferrándiz has joined the company as General Manager of Southern Europe, comprising Spain, Portugal and Italy. And Ferrándiz will expand and deepen Globant’s presence in this region while working closely with clients to identify needs and relevant solutions to boost their businesses.
Federico Pienovi — Pienovi now has the role of General Manager of Northern Europe and Asia. And Pienovi will be responsible for leading Globant’s business strategy in the region while developing its presence in new countries like France, Germany, Switzerland and Singapore.
“We are seeing a very exciting future ahead of us. We expect to further extend our worldwide presence, and we believe strong leadership is going to be key in helping us be successful in an ever-evolving global environment,” said Globant CEO and co-founder Martín Migoya. “At the same time, we will continue to work to reinforce Globant’s commitment to diversity – looking to achieve 50% women and non-binary gender in management positions by 2025.”