Pushpay welcomes Michael Erisman as Chief People Officer
Pushpay Holdings Limited (NZSX:PPH, ASX:PPH, ‘Pushpay’ or ‘the Company’) is pleased to announce that Michael Erisman will join Pushpay’s executive team as Chief People Officer, effective 25 March 2019 (PT).
Michael joins Pushpay from DocuSign, where he held several executive human resources roles during a period of high growth. As Chief People Officer at Pushpay, Michael will be responsible for leading organisational design, onboarding, learning and development, compensation and benefits, diversity and inclusion, and employee experience. Equipping our people and culture for current and future business needs will be a key priority for Michael.
“Michael is a highly experienced business leader with a proven track record of building successful human resources teams and developing global people strategies worldwide. His extensive experience, in guiding people-centred business initiatives and proven ability to attract, retain and engage top talent, will be instrumental for our growth plans. We are excited to add Michael’s expertise to our executive team as we continue to build market leading solutions in the US faith sector with a world-class team,” said Chris Heaslip, CEO and Co-founder.
Michael has held previous human resources leadership positions at global organizations including Microsoft, PepsiCo and General Electric Capital as well as other US-based companies including Parallels, H&R Block, KRONE and Qwest Communications. During his tenure at Microsoft, Michael led the human resources agenda for the company’s marketing function, serving 8,000 marketers in more than 80 countries, working on teams from every business unit, segment and product group.
Michael is currently an Adjunct Professor at the Seattle Pacific University (SPU) School of Business, where he teaches graduate level courses on labour relations, employment law, compensation and performance management. Michael holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from SPU and a Master of Arts in Industrial/ Organizational Psychology from Radford University. Michael lives with his family in Seattle, Washington, US.
Pushpay provides a donor management system, including donor tools, finance tools and a custom community app, to the faith sector, non-profit organizations and education providers in the US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. Our leading solutions simplify engagement, payments and administration, enabling our Customers to increase participation and build stronger relationships with their communities. Pushpay receives funding from Callaghan Innovation to help cover the commercialisation of innovation. Pushpay is an award-winning company, team and product. For more information visit www.pushpay.com/investors/awards