Beth Steinberg

Beth Steinberg

Beth Steinberg has over 18 years of experience in organization development, talent strategy and leadership development. Beth’s focus has been partnering with companies and leaders to help them scale for successful outcomes.

She is currently the Chief People Officer at Zenefits and an advisor to Greenhouse, KeepTruckin, GuideSpark, and IDEO.org. Beth has previously advised Tenor (acquired by Google), Jhana (acquired by Franklin Covey Company), Rypple (acquired by Salesforce.com), Hackbright Academy (acquired by Capella Education Company), and Reddit. Steinberg has held numerous executive positions, including Senior Vice President of People at BrightRoll (acquired by Yahoo), Vice President of People and Talent at Sunrun (IPO), Vice President of Human Resources, Facebook (IPO) and Vice President of Human Resources at Electronic Arts, as well as HR posts at Nike, Hewlett-Packard and Nordstrom. She is very involved in bringing equal education and opportunity to women around the globe and is part of the TechWomen program, started by the U.S. State Department.

Steinberg has a B.A. in psychology from San Jose State University and attended the executive program at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business.

In her spare time Beth likes to hike at Tennessee Valley, do CrossFit, cook and take pictures around the city. She is a former Ironman triathlete and has completed over ten marathons.