ServiceNow, announced that Jacqui Canney has been named as the company’s new Chief People Officer, leading all aspects of talent strategy, including employee experience, rewards, attraction, retention, development and diversity, inclusion and belonging for ServiceNow’s rapidly growing global workforce of more than 14,000 employees.
In addition to leading the company’s global talent strategies, Canney also will provide strong thought leadership for ServiceNow customers, helping them understand the power of the Now Platform and the company’s employee workflow products to create great employee experiences and keep today’s hybrid workforces engaged and productive.
Canney earned a Bachelor of Science in accounting from Boston College and has remained active on campus guest lecturing, collaborating with professors and recruiting. She serves on the Board of Trustees at Boston College, and is a board member of the American Marketing Association and Project Healthy Minds. She served as the co‑chair of the World Economic Forum Future of Work Task Force and a member of the Rework America Business Network. She participated in the Council on Foreign Relations 2018 Future of Work Task Force.
Canney joins ServiceNow from WPP, the global creative transformation company, where she served as Global Chief People Officer overseeing people, talent, rewards, recruiting and leadership development strategies for more than 100,000 employees. Prior to WPP, Canney was Executive Vice President, Chief People Officer, at Walmart Inc., one of the world’s largest private employers. Before joining Walmart, Canney was Senior Executive, Global Human Resources, at Accenture, where she built a 25‑year career helping to support rapid growth from 21,000 people to more than 300,000.