MENLO PARK, CA (June 24, 2021) — One Concern, Inc., a resilience-as-a-service solutions provider, announced today that Nicolette Quispe has joined the company as Chief People Officer. She brings 20 years of experience leading people and culture efforts and in her new role will be responsible for all global aspects of human resources, including learning and development initiatives, building a holistic and inclusive workforce, enabling strategic talent acquisition and supporting employee experience across all levels of the company. 

“We are thrilled to welcome Nicolette to One Concern and excited to bring her leadership and expertise in building thriving work environments and organizational culture,” said Ahmad Wani, CEO and Co-Founder, One Concern. “As we continue to scale, invest in talent and expand in the U.S. and Japan, Nicolette will play a key role in enabling the growth, development and employee engagement for our teams worldwide.” 

Previously, Quispe served as Vice President of People Operations and the Interim Chief People Officer at LegalZoom, where she led company-wide engagement, talent acquisition, performance management, and learning and development initiatives. At LegalZoom, Quispe helped scale the business from about 150 employees to nearly 1,000. She also previously held recruiting and HR roles with two ecommerce companies, Yahoo and PeopleSupport.

“One Concern’s focus on personal and organizational resilience is particularly important to me,” Quispe said. “It’s incredible to be part of a company that is safeguarding our global future from the very real and present threats of climate change and natural hazards. As One Concern’s first Chief People Officer, I look forward to laying the groundwork for continued growth and expansion.” 

 

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One Concern is a Resilience-as-a-Service solution that brings disaster science together with machine learning for better decision making. With operations in the US and Japan, the company quantifies resilience from catastrophic perils, empowering leaders to measure, mitigate, and monetize risk so disasters aren’t so disastrous.