Endurance International Group, with its family of web hosting and Internet solution brands including Bluehost, HostGator, Domain.com and SiteBuilder, amongst others, has appointed Tom Aurelio as Chief Human Resources Officer. Headquartered in Burlington, Massachusetts, Endurance employs over 3,700 people (!) across the United States, Brazil, India and the Netherlands.
Tom Aurelio will lead Endurance‘s global human resources function, overseeing organizational leadership, talent management, and culture initiatives. Mr. Aurelio will be based at the company’s headquarters in Burlington, Massachusetts, reporting to Chief Services Officer, Christine Timmins Barry.
Mr. Aurelio brings 25 years of corporate experience, primarily in the technology space, to his role at Endurance. Most recently, he was executive Vice President of Human Resources for Criteo, a publicly traded global marketing automation firm headquartered in Paris, France.
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“It is with great pleasure that we welcome Tom to lead the growth and development of our incredibly talented and driven employee base across all of our brands,” said Christine Timmins Barry, Chief Services Officer of Endurance International Group. “His expertise in leading complex global HR organizations, combined with an entrepreneurial passion that he shares with the small business customers we serve, make him an ideal leader as we evolve our HR function and work to ensure that, across the globe, Endurance is a great place to work.”
Prior to his role at Criteo, Tom Aurelio served as Senior Vice President of People and Culture at The Priceline Group (now Booking Holdings). He also spent ten years at Symantec, where he served as Vice President of Human Resources, a role he also held at GE Capital. Entrepreneurial in spirit, Mr. Aurelio also co-founded SimpleCloudApps, Inc., a business solutions applications startup.
“I have great respect for the diverse talent here at Endurance and am excited to foster a culture that aligns career fulfillment with the attainment of business goals,” said Tom Aurelio.