South Australia-based Mineral space-tech company Fleet Space Technologies has appointed Isa Notermans as its chief people officer.
Notermans, formerly chief human resources officer at Airtasker, has spent more than 17 years working in the tech people and culture area. Prior to this, she held the pivotal position of Global Head of People & Culture at Melbourne-based startup, Linktree. She will oversee the recruitment of a large number of highly skilled positions in Australia and around the world as the company is expanding globally through a network of global offices.
A graduate of Monash University, Notermans earned her BA degree in Biomedical Science and Arts, she has worked on some of the most progressive, fast-growth technology companies.
Notermans also spent five years in New York as the global head of diversity & belonging at Spotify. She was transformative for the streaming platform, formulating and executing the company’s diversity strategy, guiding a global team of practitioners and ambassadors in the pursuit of fair, safe, and inclusive workplaces.
She was a key voice in driving equitable tech workplaces and even had the privilege of addressing the UN General Assembly for Gender Equity in Parental Leave.
“We are delighted to welcome Isa Notermans as our chief people officer. As we continue to navigate the dynamic landscape of scaling up, our unwavering dedication lies in fostering, developing, and amplifying exceptional teams, united by a collective purpose of driving the transformative influence of our technologies. With Isa’s distinguished journey in spearheading scale-ups within the technology sector, we are poised to elevate this endeavor, molding a culture at Fleet where each individual holds the key to unlocking their utmost potential,” said Flavia Tata Nardini, Founder & CEO, Fleet Space Technologies.
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