Meet ChartHop’s Leadership Team

We’re growing fast and dreaming big. Meet the leaders propelling us forward.

How we got here: A note from founder and CEO Ian White

I founded ChartHop to create greater transparency and alignment in organizations.

ChartHop is the platform that I wish I'd had, scaling the last company I founded. I knew there had to be a better way than pulling data manually into spreadsheets. Today we continue to grow and build on that platform to build the best people analytics software in the world.

But even more important is forming and building a winning team — one that can collaborate, challenge each other, and push each other to be better. I'm proud of the team we've assembled on this mission — fast, inclusive, transparent and optimistic.

Let's grow!

Our leaders

Ian White

CEO and founder

Role

Ian’s role is to hire a team that can win, ensure everyone is clear on what ChartHop is trying to achieve, and create an iconic product and company.

What’s your leadership superpower?

Solving complex problems with speed, vision, and creativity.

What’s the essential ingredient to a great team?

Trust is the foundation of a great team — with trust, you can move faster, respectfully challenge each other, and accomplish great things.

Ian White,

CEO and founder

Ian’s role is to hire a team that can win, ensure everyone is clear on what ChartHop is trying to achieve, and create an iconic product and company.

What’s your leadership superpower?

Solving complex problems with speed, vision, and creativity.

What’s the essential ingredient to a great team?

Trust is the foundation of a great team — with trust, you can move faster, respectfully challenge each other, and accomplish great things.

Diana Kucer

Chief Marketing Officer

Role

Diana leads ChartHop's global marketing strategy and execution. She focuses on all things brand, growth, and market positioning to attract and delight customers.

What’s your leadership superpower?

Compassion. I truly enjoy helping my team live their best lives and do their best work, and it all starts with understanding and respecting the human side.

What’s the essential ingredient to a great team?

Trust. It drives the human connection that forms the foundation of any team.

Diana Kucer,

Chief Marketing Officer

Diana leads ChartHop's global marketing strategy and execution. She focuses on all things brand, growth, and market positioning to attract and delight customers.

What’s your leadership superpower?

Compassion. I truly enjoy helping my team live their best lives and do their best work, and it all starts with understanding and respecting the human side.

What’s the essential ingredient to a great team?

Trust. It drives the human connection that forms the foundation of any team.

Emily Connery

Senior Director, People & Talent

Role

Emily is focused on driving organizational effectiveness through recruitment, development, and employee engagement. She is ChartHop’s champion of company culture and DEI, the facilitator of cross-team communication, and coach to the management team.

Why did you join ChartHop?

As ChartHop’s second customer, I’ve been a believer in the product’s impact since the beginning.

What’s the essential ingredient to a great team?

Trust. If people trust, they will challenge each other and support each other, ensuring continuous collaboration.

Emily Connery,

Senior Director, People & Talent

Emily is focused on driving organizational effectiveness through recruitment, development, and employee engagement. She is ChartHop’s champion of company culture and DEI, the facilitator of cross-team communication, and coach to the management team.

Why did you join ChartHop?

As ChartHop’s second customer, I’ve been a believer in the product’s impact since the beginning.

What’s the essential ingredient to a great team?

Trust. If people trust, they will challenge each other and support each other, ensuring continuous collaboration.

Sarah Diegnan

VP, Customer Experience

Role

Sarah leads ChartHop’s customer journey, partnering with customers from the first moments of onboarding through successful execution of all account goals to make sure customers get the most out of ChartHop.

Why did you join ChartHop?

Because of the people and the product. In the Customer Experience world, your team is the most important asset and I saw how ChartHop could help me as a leader unlock the true potential of my team.

What’s your leadership superpower?

Hiring a team of customer-facing professionals that truly complement each other and then organizing them in a way where the sum of the parts is greater than the whole.

Sarah Diegnan,

VP, Customer Experience

Sarah leads ChartHop’s customer journey, partnering with customers from the first moments of onboarding through successful execution of all account goals to make sure customers get the most out of ChartHop.

Why did you join ChartHop?

Because of the people and the product. In the Customer Experience world, your team is the most important asset and I saw how ChartHop could help me as a leader unlock the true potential of my team.

What’s your leadership superpower?

Hiring a team of customer-facing professionals that truly complement each other and then organizing them in a way where the sum of the parts is greater than the whole.

J.T. Levin

VP, Sales

Role

J.T. is responsible for building, coaching, and managing a team of sales reps and BDRs who help HR professionals understand how ChartHop can dramatically improve the way they work and do their jobs.

What was your first job?

A restaurant in San Diego that served Chicago style hot dogs and Italian beef, Chicago on a Bun. The owners could not have been meaner and it taught me a lot about leadership and treating people fairly and equitably.

What’s the essential ingredient to a great team?

People feeling empowered to be both self-sufficient and comfortable leaning on each other for help whenever they need it.

J.T. Levin,

VP, Sales

J.T. is responsible for building, coaching, and managing a team of sales reps and BDRs who help HR professionals understand how ChartHop can dramatically improve the way they work and do their jobs.

What was your first job?

A restaurant in San Diego that served Chicago style hot dogs and Italian beef, Chicago on a Bun. The owners could not have been meaner and it taught me a lot about leadership and treating people fairly and equitably.

What’s the essential ingredient to a great team?

People feeling empowered to be both self-sufficient and comfortable leaning on each other for help whenever they need it.

Julie Sommerville

VP, Engineering

Role

Julie runs the Product and Engineering teams at ChartHop, leading the vision to build world class software that delights our customers.

Why did you join ChartHop?

I immediately saw the value in the product and was thrilled to work with Ian again.

What’s the essential ingredient to a great team?

Good communication around goals and priorities, respect, and a healthy dose of humor.

Julie Sommerville,

VP, Engineering

Julie runs the Product and Engineering teams at ChartHop, leading the vision to build world class software that delights our customers.

Why did you join ChartHop?

I immediately saw the value in the product and was thrilled to work with Ian again.

What’s the essential ingredient to a great team?

Good communication around goals and priorities, respect, and a healthy dose of humor.

Ty Yamaguchi

VP, User Experience

Role

Ty oversees the design, research, and technical communications that go into ChartHop’s core product.

What’s your leadership superpower?

Caring for people and doing my best to motivate them.

What was your first job?

A web designer for a tiny boutique agency doing Flash & HTML.

Ty Yamaguchi,

VP, User Experience

Ty oversees the design, research, and technical communications that go into ChartHop’s core product.

What’s your leadership superpower?

Caring for people and doing my best to motivate them.

What was your first job?

A web designer for a tiny boutique agency doing Flash & HTML.

Interested in joining our team?

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