N-able has added a new member to its leadership team, naming Kathleen Pai as its new chief people officer (CPO).
Pai, who brings a wealth of experience across all elements of human resources strategy and people development, will help to support, develop, and grow the global N-able workforce.
“Kathleen has exceptional knowledge and a deep understanding of international people strategy; the great strides she has made since transitioning from SolarWinds to N-able have been felt throughout the company,” said John Pagliuca, CEO, N-able.
“I look forward to having Kathleen’s partnership to help continue to fuel our employee growth and development—our success and our partners’ success stems from our pool of talented, experienced, and high-performing employees across the world—both N-able and our MSP partners wouldn’t be where we are today without them,” he added.
Pai will be responsible for driving N-able’s global people strategy while also overseeing people operations, business partners, total rewards, talent acquisition, talent development, internal communications and engagement programmes to support the company’s growth.
Before joining SolarWinds last year, Pai served as vice president of people at Ultimate Software.
In 2018, she won the Human Resources Excellence Award from South Florida Business & Wealth Magazine, recognising her as a “distinguished HR professional” for helping nurture talent and elevating firms to the top of their industries.
“I’m so honored and excited to have the opportunity to enhance the way we work at N-able—more specifically, our People Team has an opportunity to play a key role in continuing to improve our employee experience and creating an environment where people can develop and grow,” said Pai.
“As a company with employees all over the world, we’re committed to fostering a culture built on diversity, equality, and belonging. My goal is to help create a place where people can truly have a career—and not just a job—a place where our employees can envision themselves working indefinitely,” she added.