Twitter VP Engineering Nick Caldwell Joins True Board of Directors
True, the fast growing global platform of innovative talent management products and services, is pleased to announce the addition of Nick Caldwell, VP of Engineering at Twitter, to its Board of Directors. As an experienced technologist who has led product and engineering teams at Looker (acquired by Google) and Microsoft, Nick is an exceptional talent who’ll have tremendous impact on True’s continued innovation in the executive talent industry.
“We couldn’t be more excited to have Nick join our Board. We founded True because we believe that data-driven technology had the ability to create better business results for our clients, and having Nick’s input on our current and future innovations will produce even better outcomes for the companies we serve,” said Brad Stadler, founder and co-CEO of True.
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“True understands that data powers everything–the talent industry included. There is great opportunity to use tech to radically increase the transparency, efficiency, and diversity of the global talent market. True is primed to take the disruption they’ve already begun and accelerate it to do exactly this,” said Nick Caldwell, Twitter VP Engineering and True Board Director.
“Technology will never stop evolving, so having a perspective as thorough in product technology like Nick’s will help guide us as we grow and shift along with it. Nick is an extremely talented addition to our Board of Directors,” said Joe Riggione, founder and co-CEO of True.
Nick joins fellow True Directors Jennifer Ceran, CFO of Smartsheet; Alex Shootman, President and CEO of Workfront; Evan Wittenberg, EVP & Chief People Officer at Ancestry and True co-founders and CEOs Brad Stadler and Joe Riggione.
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As a VP Engineering at Twitter, Nick Caldwell is responsible for building consumer product experiences that serve the public conversation. Previously he was Chief Product Officer at Looker (acquired by Google) and VP of Engineering at Reddit. He also spent 13 years at Microsoft, culminating in a role as General Manager of the Power BI product family where he rapidly transformed the company’s business intelligence suite. Nick holds a degree in computer science and electrical engineering from MIT and an MBA from U.C. Berkeley Haas. Nick is also a board member for /dev/color, a non-profit whose mission is to maximize the impact of Black software engineers. Nick is a native of Prince George’s County Maryland, but is happy to call San Francisco home.