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Introducing Abnormal Security's New VP of Talent

We are thrilled to announce the addition of Mary Price, our new Vice President of Talent. Mary will support our continued investment in the next generation of talent here at Abnormal.

June 7, 2022

Today I am excited to announce that Mary Price has joined as our new Vice President of Talent. As a key addition to our talent team, Mary will continue expanding our commitment to building a world-class team, an environment for accelerated career growth, and an exceptional company culture from the inside out.

At Abnormal, building the best team in the world is a top priority, and bringing Mary on board as a key executive solidifies our status as a preferred destination in our industry and technology more broadly. We want every employee to get the most from their experience here, and we are thrilled to bring Mary on board to make that happen.

An Exceptional Background

Mary brings a wealth of experience from Apple, LinkedIn, and most recently Slack, and has made immeasurable contributions to building stellar teams wherever she’s been. Mary and her team will continue advancing our unique employee value propositions of an Audacious Mission, Ambitious Technology, Active Support, and Accelerated Growth.

During her time at Apple, Mary helped build the much-heralded Apple retail store teams, which changed the way customers bought and learned about new Apple products and services. Through Apple’s growth strategy, Mary’s efforts focused on prime market segments within the US and in international markets that significantly expanded Apple’s footprint.

At LinkedIn, Mary was responsible for building the recruiting engine that fueled two key businesses at the company, LinkedIn Marketing Solutions and LinkedIn Sales Solutions—each $1bn/year enterprises. These rapidly growing business segments helped LinkedIn continue evolving as the powerhouse of sales, talent, learning, and marketing solutions it has become known for.

Additionally, Mary designed LinkedIn’s GTM/G&A Diversity strategy. Her initiative drove an increase in hiring diversity that has firmly established LinkedIn’s reputation as an inclusive place to work and one where diversity is a top priority.

While at Slack, Mary led the recruiting efforts there, resulting in a 133% increase in headcount during the Salesforce acquisition and positioning Slack to continue being a market leader in the collaboration tools space.

Off to a Great Start in 2022

Mary’s arrival also coincides with an excellent first few months of the year at Abnormal.

In early March, we were able to spend time together as a company for the first time in two years at a rousing company kickoff event in San Francisco, solidifying that our company culture is second to none.

A few weeks ago, we officially launched our careers website to better capture the unique employee experience at Abnormal. As attracting and retaining top talent is fast becoming a top priority for us, we were honored to be featured in two separate publications, with Abnormal gaining Great Place to Work-Certified recognition and being named one of America’s Best Startups Employers by Forbes.

In addition, Abnormal is making strides toward expanding our international footprint by growing immediate teams in the U.K. and Singapore and expanding to more geographies in the coming quarters.

We are delighted to see our commitment to fostering quick career advancement and our employees' embodiment of ownership showing real results in the marketplace.

A Bright Future Ahead

We are thrilled to bring Mary aboard to help continue investing in the next generation of talent here at Abnormal. She has been an influential leader wherever she’s been, and we couldn’t be more excited to welcome her to the team.

Interested in learning more about Abnormal’s commitment to our employees? Visit our Careers page!

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