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SafetyCulture board welcomes Tesla’s Robyn Denholm

Robyn Denholm, an Operating Partner at Blackbird Ventures, has been named as a director on the SafetyCulture board, replacing Rick Baker, co-founder and Partner at Blackbird. 

Denholm has been advising the SafetyCulture leadership team since late 2021 and is recognised as one of the most senior women in the technology industry. Her appointment brings a wealth of experience and a passion for diversity to the board.

Commenting on her appointment, Denholm said: “I’m delighted to join the SafetyCulture board as the company looks towards its next phase of growth. What Luke and the team have already accomplished is remarkable, and I look forward to contributing to the next chapter of this incredible story.” 

“SafetyCulture’s mission is something that aligns with my personal values. I’m a firm believer that technology is the key to unlocking a more sustainable and safer future and from what I’ve seen, if SafetyCulture continues to evolve its platform and products at the same rate, then it has the potential to change the way that people go about their work,” said Denholm.

Who is Robyn Denholm?

Robyn Denholm, an Australian business executive, serves on the board of directors for multiple companies. She has been the Chair of Tesla Inc.’s Board of Directors since 2018 and is also the Operating Partner of Blackbird Ventures, an Australian venture capital firm.

Additionally, Denholm is the Chair of the Technology Council of Australia, a leading technology industry association in the country. 

Before her current roles, she held various senior executive positions at Toyota, Sun Microsystems, and Juniper Networks. With more than 30 years of experience in the technology and automotive industries, she is recognised as one of the most experienced women in the global technology industry.

Over the past 18 months, SafetyCulture has made significant strides towards achieving its goals, considerably increasing user numbers. This progress has helped the company achieve profitability once again as it sets its sights on further expansion. 

Alongside the core features of inspections, incident response, and training, SafetyCulture has introduced several new functionalities to its product, broadening its potential applications to serve a wider range of employees in various organizations.

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Yajush Gupta

Yajush Gupta

Yajush is a journalist at Dynamic Business. He previously worked with Reuters as a business correspondent and holds a postgrad degree in print journalism.

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