Logpoint names Gitte Hemmingsen as SVP People & Culture

Gitte Hemmingsen

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Logpoint has named Gitte Hemmingsen as SVP People & Culture.

Hemmingsen – who will be responsible for overseeing and supporting an engaged and competent workforce – will join the executive management team and report to new CEO, Mikkel Drucker.

Gitte Hemmingsen joins Logpoint

Hemmingsen has more than 20 years of experience in HR and People & Culture.

She joins Logpoint after two years as Director of People & Culture at Liewood, a children’s design and lifestyle brand that has seen high growth.

Before that, she spent six years at Siteimprove as Vice President of Global HR.

There, she spearheaded the onboarding of employees and built a strong culture and HR function from the ground up to support growth towards the completion of the successful acquisition by Nordic Capital.

“I have a special passion for scaleups and technology and thrive in the cross-field between creating a healthy organisation and supporting business results,” commented Hemmingsen.

“As a cybersecurity vendor, Logpoint can help European organisations defend against cyber-attacks that impact society extensively today.

“Logpoint also aims to be recognised as a great place to work in Europe and to create a strong talent hub,” she continued.

“With that comes enormous potential, which my experience is well geared towards and I’m delighted to join Logpoint at this stage in its journey.”

“A perfect fit”

“I’m excited that Gitte is joining Logpoint,” commented Drucker.

“She has a strong set of values and is an experienced People and HR leader with impressive results from both large organisations, startups and scaleups.

“A value-driven and healthy organisation with psychological safety, strong sense of belongingness and feedback culture is important to support our journey to become a European cybersecurity powerhouse.

“Gitte’s experiences and subject knowledge are a perfect fit because she can navigate working between strategic and operational levels effectively.”

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