LIMEADE NAMES SCOTT FLETCHER VICE PRESIDENT OF LEGAL
Bellevue, Wash, August 26 2019 – Today employee experience software company Limeade announced Scott Fletcher as Vice President of Legal.
In his new role, Scott will be responsible for managing and mitigating risk for Limeade, while navigating the often-changing regulatory landscape. He will work closely with all departments to build legal processes and approaches that ensure security, compliance and privacy for Limeade employees and customers.
“Scott’s wealth of legal experience combined with his belief in our mission make him an incredible addition to Limeade,” said Henry Albrecht, Limeade CEO. “We are thrilled to have him on our leadership team during such an exciting time of rapid growth at Limeade.”
Scott brings over 26 years of legal expertise – working in a variety of roles including litigation, franchising and the technology industry. Prior to joining Limeade, Scott led the legal team that supported the $10 billion Microsoft advertising business through a dynamic period of change and growth. Scott holds a bachelor’s degree from Westminster College of Salt Lake City and a Juris Doctor (JD) from the University of Washington School of Law.
“I joined Limeade for the opportunity to not only be part of a dynamic team at a growing company with a great culture, but also to help Limeade customers show their employees they care,” said Fletcher. “I’m incredibly excited to help effect positive changes in the workplace while maintaining an interesting and fulfilling legal practice.”
About Limeade Limeade is a software company that elevates the employee experience and helps build great places to work. Limeade ONE brings together employee well-being, engagement, inclusion and communications solutions in a mobile-first experience. Recognized for its own award-winning culture, Limeade helps every employee know their company cares. To learn more, visit www.limeade.com.
Limeade released new employment data demonstrating concentrated focus on increasing gender representation across its global workforce. As of February 2022, Limeade reported 51% women make up the employee population and 48% of director-level and above leadership roles are held by women.