May 11, 2017
Eva Andres Joins PulsePoint Foundation Board of Directors
Global Leader of Human Capital Brings People Strategy and International Perspective as new Member of the PulsePoint Foundation Board of Directors
PLEASANTON, CA (May 11, 2017)—The PulsePoint Foundation, a pioneer of location-aware mobile apps that empower off-duty professionals and everyday citizens to provide life‐saving assistance to victims of cardiac arrest, today announced that Eva Andres, global leader in human capital, has joined the Foundation’s Board of Directors. Ms. Andres is the Chief Human Resources Officer for Virtustream and previously a vice president of human resources for Dell/EMC. She is an international leader in human resources, scaling businesses in the Americas, Europe and APJ. She has a strategic focus and operational perspective, having led M&A’s, talent management, and organizational design.
“Ms. Andres brings a wealth of proven business and technology leadership experience,” said Matt Stamey, Board Chairman of the California-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit PulsePoint Foundation. “Her experience in attracting world-class talent and building high caliber teams is truly valued by our board.”
Passionate about creating global collaboration environments, Ms. Andres actively participates as a speaker and evangelist at high tech and women-focused events. Eva was recognized as “one of the most influential women in technology” and championed EMC to the top rankings of the “Best Places to Work” in the Bay Area. She earned her degree in organizational psychology from the University of Barcelona.
“I am honored to serve on the PulsePoint Foundation Board, working with such an innovative and respected organization dedicated to saving lives,” Andres said. “I look forward to working with the PulsePoint Board and management team to execute their compelling vision.”
About the PulsePoint Foundation
PulsePoint is a 501(c)(3) non-profit foundation based in the San Francisco Bay Area. Through the use of location-aware mobile devices, PulsePoint is building applications that work with local public safety agencies to improve communications with citizens, empowering them to help reduce the millions of annual deaths from sudden cardiac arrest. Learn more at pulsepoint.org or join the conversation at Facebook and Twitter. The free app is available for download on iTunes and Google Play.
Source: PulsePoint Foundation Press Release (PDF)