Sarah Tilley is the Senior Vice President, Global Talent Acquisition and Development for ServiceNow, the digital workflow company making the world work better for everyone. She is responsible for leading a newly integrated Talent organization which includes all external recruitment and internal mobility, learning and development (inclusive of leadership development), talent and succession planning and all efforts to lead SN forward on a skills-based talent strategy. Her team is responsible for holistically looking across the talent lifecycle for employees to ensure delivery on what matters most to them while also meeting the talent needs of ServiceNow’s critical business priorities.
Sarah’s expansive global talent expertise, appreciation and understanding of technology enablement and passion for nurturing high-performing teams has made her an outstanding leader. Prior to ServiceNow, Sarah spent sixteen years at the Walt Disney Company where she led enterprise talent strategies and efforts, including centralized Talent Acquisition and Sourcing functions, Corporate Talent Management and Diversity & Inclusion, and had the opportunity to lead several company-wide
functional talent and talent acquisition strategies.
Throughout her career, Sarah has earned a stellar reputation for creating new opportunities for top talent, and fostering an inclusive environment where teams can thrive. As a working mom, she understands the importance of flexibility and tailored career paths for all people. Sarah has a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Arkansas and is PHR (Professional in Human Resources) Certified.
Charlie Franklin is the Co-founder & CEO of Compa, a VC-backed startup with the mission to make compensation fair and competitive for everyone. Compa delivers software for enterprise talent acquisition and total rewards teams to enter the era of pay transparency.
Charlie has more than a decade of experience in HR roles, mostly focused on compensation matters. He started his career at Mercer, a leading global HR consulting firm, where he advised on compensation strategy and people analytics to organizations ranging from Fortune 100 financial services companies to government agencies and technology startups. He subsequently led executive compensation and people strategy at Juniper Networks, and most recently led HR M&A and global mobility at Workday prior to founding Compa.