Libbie Thacker is a former tech and human capital executive. While she serves clients across various growth stages, she brings expertise to three key leadership roles: female founders and CEOs, female executives as named successors, and Chief People Officers.
Libbie’s ability to adapt her approach to a client’s specific needs reflects her career across a wide range of business models, including startup, consulting, and corporate.
Most recently, Libbie served as Vice President of People for Nuro, an autonomous vehicle delivery company, scaling their organization from 600 to 1600 people in two years. In addition, she served in several global leadership roles at Medallia, a venture-backed enterprise SaaS company, leading the company’s talent and organizational strategies through several years of hypergrowth to public company scale. She has also spent nearly a decade with Deloitte Consulting in their strategy and operations consulting practice. And finally, Libbie was an Executive Officer at Walmart, serving as Vice President of HR for Sam’s Club eCommerce.
Libbie holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and a BA in Economics and Sociology from Brown University. In addition, she is a certified executive coach and a certified advanced practitioner of the Hogan interpretation, an executive diagnostic tool. Libbie has held board positions in several nonprofit organizations focused on female development, including President of the Harvard Business School Women’s Association, ten years with Harvard Business School Women’s Alumni Advisory Board, as well as a founding member of Pencils of Promise, and the Brown University Field Hockey board.