We believe that transparency builds trust, and trust propels teams.
Disconnected teams: A problem we could fix
We saw first-hand how many companies don’t get the basics right. Employees swim in a sea of software and apps, yet they don’t have the context that helps them work well together on the daily.
We knew we could fix that.
We built Pingboard on the foundational belief that employees on the ground should be empowered to make decisions and move quickly, and that they should have access to the essential info that helps them do this. That obviously requires a great deal of trust in your people and a level of transparency that some organizations aren’t comfortable with. But frankly, it makes the most business sense. People who feel empowered are more motivated, interested, connected, and overall effective in their roles and as a team. They’re happier, the culture is better, and the company is healthier.
Pingboard gives your employees access to essential information about people, teams, and the company. It’s how people keep up with who's who and what’s new, see when coworkers are available, and celebrate each other. Pingboard helps new hires onboard faster, surfaces engaging info at just the right time, and helps people connect with their coworkers on a deeper level.
We're a product-focused team that's spent our careers building software that helps businesses run better.
Laith Dahiyat is the CEO of Pingboard. For more than 25 years he has led product, technology and marketing teams at SaaS and e-commerce companies like AOL, Careerbuilder, and Chargify. With experience at early, mid and late stage companies, his passion has always always remained the same—to build highly productive and engaged teams.
After joining Pingboard in 2022, he led the transformation of Pingboard from an org chart point solution into a robust platform that dramatically improves the employee experience and drives engagement for distributed teams. Laith is a frequent contributor to publications that focus on HR, PeopleOps and hiring best practices such as Talent Management, Canadian HR and Texas CEO.
Laith has a BS in Chemistry from the College of William and Mary.
Rob EanesFounder, CTORob runs Pingboard's secure, scalable product architecture. He leads the development team and is hands on with its most critical parts. He previously built several large scale business systems.
Cameron NouriVP of GrowthCameron oversees our growth teams: customer success, customer support, and operations. Prior to Pingboard, Cameron helped develop growth teams from the ground up at both Webmail and Rackspace. In his free time, he enjoys finding new adventures to go on with his wife, daughter, and two dogs.
Cristin KenneyVP of ProductCristin Kenney is the Vice President of Product at Pingboard. She leads the Product Management and Product Design teams. Over the past 15 years, Cristin has worked in a variety of industries, company sizes, and company stages. She was delighted to bring her talents to Pingboard where she is driven by the notion that employees should feel valued and supported. She holds a BA degree from Louisiana State University and MBA from UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School.
Andrew FearVP of Marketing
As Vice President of Marketing at Pingboard, Andrew brings 15 years of experience building and managing high performing marketing teams. With two successful acquisitions under his belt, Andrew has been instrumental in driving demand and growth at companies in both EdTech and B2B SaaS. As a people manager for almost two decades, Andrew is thrilled to be at Pingboard where we are working to radically improve the employee experience for remote teams.
When not working, you can find Andrew hiking or biking with his wife and two kids or immersed in an excellent book.
Yupin LeeHead of People and Business Ops
With over 15 years of experience and as the Director of People Operations, Yupin oversees the People team and is invested in using her passion of creating positive people experiences by nurturing, cultivating and strategizing all things People Ops at Pingboard.
Prior to Pingboard, she has helped former SaaS startups establish, implement and strategize their HR/People Operations and grew their team from a 40 person company to 300+ person company globally within a two year and half year period.
Yupin holds a B.A. in Psychology of Organizational Development from the University of the Incarnate Word in San Antonio, Texas. When she’s done taking care of Pingboard’s house, she enjoys travel, cooking Thai food (where she’s from) for her family of 5, hosts get-togethers with friends and hikes and skis in the mountains of Colorado.