Lumigo appoints Lee Leibovich as VP of People
“Lee’s skills and experience will be a huge asset to Lumigo as we expand our product and grow our user base,” said Erez Berkner, co-founder and CEO
Modern cloud application observability platform Lumigo has appointed Lee Leibovich as its new VP of People. In the role, Leibovich will lead the expansion of Lumigo’s team as the company scales its R&D, marketing, and sales efforts.
“Lumigo has built an exceptional engineering culture, with a team from diverse backgrounds who are united by their passion for solving tough technical problems for developers,” Leibovich said. “As the company expands its product offering to address the needs of a larger swath of cloud application developers, we’ll continue to grow the team while doubling down on building out a broad range of deep technical expertise. I’m excited to join such a passionate and talented team, and I’m looking forward to the rapid growth to come.”
Before joining Lumigo, Leibovich was HR Director for EMEA and APAC at Cellebrite, where she was responsible for designing and implementing the human resources strategy, management development, and leading the organizational change. Before that, she was the R&D HR business partner at Check Point.
“Lee has an incredible ability to quickly scale teams while maintaining a high standard of professionalism and expertise,” said Erez Berkner, co-founder and CEO of Lumigo. “She has a proven track record of growing an organization, forming new departments and building winning executive teams. My co-founder Aviad Mor and I had the pleasure of working together with Lee at Check Point and have seen firsthand her knack for attracting highly talented individuals, helping them integrate into cohesive teams, and maintaining passion and motivation in the long term. Lee’s skills and experience will be a huge asset to Lumigo as we expand our product and grow our user base, improving the visibility of modern cloud applications for every developer.”
Lumigo is an observability platform for modern cloud applications. It uses automated distributed tracing to allow developers to navigate to the root cause of issues with visual debugging, resolve bottlenecks, and receive notifications on issues before they impact the business. It is used by hundreds of companies and has raised $37 million to date.