Enterprise Search Engine Optimization Company, Terakeet, Hires Lynn Fraas as Chief People Officer
Jul 23, 2018, 09:00 ET
SYRACUSE. N.Y., July 23, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Enterprise SEO company, Terakeet, announced today the hiring of seasoned executive leader Lynn Fraas as Chief People Officer, responsible for leading the human resource department. Fraas comes to Terakeet most recently from PeopleStrategy where she served as Chief Operating Officer. Previously, she was Group Vice President of Talent Strategy at SapientRazorfish and Chief Talent Officer at Crown Partners.
"We're extremely excited to have Lynn Fraas join us as our Chief People Officer," said Terakeet CEO, Mac Cummings. "Lynn brings a wealth of leadership experience and human resource management expertise. Employee development and satisfaction have always been a priority for Terakeet, and we look forward to her leadership as we continue to grow."
In her role at Terakeet, Fraas will provide strategic leadership and operational management of all employee relations and talent management initiatives, including recruiting and retention, training and professional development, and change management.
"Terakeet is a company with boundless potential, and they are positioned perfectly for significant growth over the next few years," said Fraas. "I'm thrilled to be joining them and excited to impact the development of the current team as well as new employees in the future."
Fraas holds an MBA from the prestigious Booth School of Business at the University of Chicago and has served on the Board of Directors for nonprofit organizations AIIM International and Corporate America Family Credit Union.
Terakeet is an enterprise SEO company located in the Armory Square District of Downtown Syracuse, NY. By applying the perfect mix of on- and off-page optimization, strategic outreach, and content strategy, and backed by its best-in-class proprietary technology, Terakeet earns significant organic search engine visibility in highly competitive categories for Fortune 1000 companies and other global brands.
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