The best employer branders are winning by enchanting their audiences. Join us for an evening with Kirsten Davidson, Head of Employer Brand for Glassdoor as she shares research on insights driving the latest trends in Employer Brand. She'll also explore best practices and strategies that will help your company successfully leverage Glassdoor to help enchant your audience and improve your employer brand.
Head of Employer Brand, Glassdoor
Kirsten Davidson is Head of Employer Brand at Glassdoor. She is responsible for sustaining and growing Glassdoor's vibrant Employer Brand while navigating the challenges that come with hyper growth. Her work includes leveraging Glassdoor's powerful data to provide insight and learnings that help global employers navigate a new world where the lines between recruiting, marketing, brand, and culture are increasingly blurred.
Prior to Glassdoor, Kirsten helped build and lead global employment brand for industry leaders including Visa, and eBay Inc. Her teams' efforts helped Visa exceed aggressive hiring goals by bringing the best and brightest in the payments industry to Visa with authentic yet cut-through brand, marketing and communications efforts and established Visa as a leader in employer brand. During her tenure with eBay Inc., Kirsten was responsible for helping drive employee engagement and creating a defined and differentiated Employee Value Proposition. Before directing her focus on transforming the many aspects of the employee experience, Kirsten led the global branding efforts for a division of Autodesk. She began her career in public relations at HornGroup and later, Fleishman Hillard. During this time she had the unique opportunity to help establish and build the profiles of many of today’s leading companies when they were just start-ups, learning first-hand what it takes to build and sustain a vibrant and inspired workforce.
She received her Bachelor ofArts from Westmont College in Santa Barbara in English Literature & Communications. She lives in Alameda with her husband and three kids.