Legion Technologies, an innovator in workforce management, welcomes Tiffany Chelsvig as the company’s senior vice president of people operations. Chelsvig, who joins Legion as the first executive-level human resources leader, will oversee design, strategy, and implementation of people management practices across the organization.
Chelsvig comes to Legion with a wealth of experience in helping companies prepare for their next stage of growth. Prior to arriving at Legion, Chelsvig led people operations at DISQO, where she oversaw human resources globally and led their integration across departments. She also held senior roles in product operations and information technology at companies such as Green Dot, Rubicon Project, and ZipRecruiter. These positions gave her unparalleled insight into how HR impacts product development. Most notably, during her time at Rubicon Project, she had overall responsibility for the strategy and execution of both people and IT processes at a global scale.
“Legion is committed to helping our customers turn their hourly jobs into good jobs, and we are able to do so more effectively by having strong internal people practices,” said Sanish Mondkar, chief executive officer and founder, Legion Technologies. “In hiring Tiffany as our SVP of people operations, we are pushing Legion’s innovation forward by doubling down on our commitment to our employees and their experience. Tiffany is a creative, strategic, people and business leader, and her presence on our executive team will be instrumental in helping to make Legion a destination employer for the industry’s best and brightest.”
At Legion, Chelsvig will add to her more than 15 years of experience leading people operations at cutting-edge technology companies. Legion is consistently recognized as one of the fastest-growing private companies in America, and Chelsvig will ensure the elasticity of its people management strategy as the company continues this path of extraordinary growth.
The addition of Chelsvig brings Legion’s executive team to 40% women, a feat that pushes the team ahead of not only the rest of Silicon Valley—for which the average number of female executives is only 11%—but the technology industry as a whole.
“As a people leader, I’ve always been drawn to companies—like Legion—that are interested in strategically growing their HR practices and culture,” said Chelsvig. “In addition, I appreciate their focus on building technology solutions that are compassionate for the hourly employee experience, providing both schedule and pay flexibility while simultaneously maximizing labor efficiency. In my new role as SVP of people, I look forward to helping Legion further strengthen its internal culture and elevate the team’s growth and creativity to new heights.”