ChargePoint appoints Susan Heystee to BoD

ChargePoint appoints Susan Heystee to BoD

Heystee is currently serving as a strategic advisor and director of Ouster, Inc., a lidar technology company.

ChargePoint Holdings, Inc. has appointed Susan Heystee to its board of directors. Heystee will be replacing Neil Suslak, who is resigning from ChargePoint’s board.

Heystee brings more than 30 years of software and technology experience to the ChargePoint Board, and is currently serving as a strategic advisor and director of Ouster, Inc., a lidar technology company.

Over her career, Heystee has held various leadership positions including senior vice president of global automotive business at Verizon Connect and executive vice president of global sales and OEM business at Telogis, which was acquired by Verizon in July 2016, and where she grew revenue with enterprise direct sales to Fortune 500 companies in North and South America, Europe and Australia.

Heystee holds a bachelor’s degree in mathematics and business from the University of Waterloo and an executive MBA from Harvard Business School.

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