, the world’s leading partnership management platform, has recently announced the appointment of Michelle Denman as their new Chief People Officer (CPO). This is a significant move for the company as Denman brings with her more than three decades of experience in human resources, people development, talent acquisition, and organisational development. With her impressive track record and leadership approach, Denman is set to lead’s people function, developing and executing the company’s strategy to attract, develop, and retain the very best talent.

Denman’s appointment comes at a crucial time for the company, as it seeks to establish and maintain a culture of excellence, high performance, diversity, and engagement. With her focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) efforts, Denman aims to ensure that has a diverse workforce and that all team members are treated equitably and inclusively. Under her leadership, the company will work towards building a connected global team that shares one culture, but still has room for regional and individual differences. Additionally, she will focus on scaling the company so that it can grow effectively and efficiently without giving up its entrepreneurial spirit.

Prior to joining, Denman held several leadership roles in major global companies, including PricewaterhouseCoopers, Chase Bank, Trend Micro, and AppSense.

She has helped these companies foster positive cultures, attract top talent, and align HR strategy with business goals. Her passion for developing the business acumen and consulting skills of HR professionals has enabled her to provide value to the businesses she serves.

Denman’s experience in HR sub-functions, such as organisational development and HR systems and analytics, gives her deep subject matter expertise that she can draw upon to find innovative ways to lead human resources teams. With her people-first approach, she will work towards unlocking potential, helping high performance teams and leaders, and ensuring that offers a positive and inspiring working environment.

David A. Yovanno, CEO of, expressed his excitement about Denman’s appointment, saying, “With Michelle’s track record and approach to leading human resource teams, we’re excited for her to continue growing’s people-first culture. Michelle will be the driving force in honouring our company’s ‘People Excellence’ strategy, focusing on further establishing and maintaining a culture of excellence, high performance, diversity and engagement.”

Outside of work, Denman loves spending time with her dogs, Luna and Bella, her cat, Mini, her large Italian-American family, and her best friends who also happen to be her neighbours.

Overall, Michelle Denman’s appointment as’s new CPO is an excellent move for the company. With her wealth of experience and her people-first approach, she is set to lead the company towards achieving its goals of attracting, developing, and retaining top talent, while also promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion. We look forward to seeing what impact she will make at in the coming years.

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