News: Sophia MacDonald joins Xometry as Chief People Officer

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Sophia MacDonald joins Xometry as Chief People Officer

MacDonald will lead all aspects of Xometry's people operations including recruiting, talent retention, employee engagement, benefits, diversity initiatives, and more.
Sophia MacDonald joins Xometry as Chief People Officer

Xometry, the largest U.S. marketplace for custom manufacturing, announced that Sophia MacDonald has joined the company as Chief People Officer. MacDonald joins Xometry from Cvent, where she was most recently the Senior Vice President of Human Resources. 

"We're thrilled to have Sophia join our team," said Randy Altschuler, Xometry's CEO. "Sophia's experience at Cvent during its growth from a startup to a public company will be invaluable to Xometry as we continue to expand both domestically and internationally. With Sophia's leadership, we want to continue to attract and retain an exceptionally smart, motivated, and diverse group of people."

"I'm excited to join Xometry," MacDonald said. "The company has grown quickly by focusing on serving its customers and manufacturing partners. I look forward to helping the company embrace a purpose-driven culture while remaining focused on quality and performance, as we drive growth to the next level."

MacDonald will lead all aspects of Xometry's people operations including recruiting, talent retention, employee engagement, benefits, diversity initiatives, and more. She most recently ran Human Resources at Cvent, where she grew the employee base from 120 to nearly 4,000.  MacDonald led the organization through its IPO as well as numerous acquisitions and international expansions. Most recently she helped take the company private again through the sale to Vista Equity Partners.

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