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We are proud to announce Chano Fernandez is joining as Co-CEO alongside CEO and Co-founder Ashutosh Garg, starting January 2024. The former Co-CEO at Workday, Fernandez will now help transform HR once again, this time with AI.
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Sania Khan is the chief economist at Eightfold AI, the AI-powered platform for all talent, and the author of Think Like an Economist. She previously worked for the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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