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South San Francisco, CA, November 27, 2023 – FlemingMartin is pleased to announce that Freenome, a biotechnology company focused on developing accessible tests for the early detection of cancer, has hired Brad Margolis as their Vice President of Talent Development and People Programs.

Brad is a proven talent management and organization effectiveness leader with more than 20 years of expertise across highly innovative industries. Most recently, Brad served as Chief People Officer at Fortis Games, where he established end-to-end global talent lifecycle processes and tools during a period of rapid, global growth. Prior to Fortis, Brad held the role of Head of Talent Management, Learning, and Organizational Effectiveness at Zuora (NYSE: ZUO). In this position, Brad helped drive a major turnaround in employee engagement for the organization. Earlier in his career, over 12 years at Electronic Arts (NASDAQ: EA), Brad earned consistent promotions to jobs of increasing scope and responsibility, concluding with the post of Senior Director of Executive Development and Organization Effectiveness.

Brad was awarded a Ph.D. in Organizational Psychology from Alliant International University, and he earned a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Maryland.


Freenome Logo Freenome is a biotechnology company with a comprehensive multiomics platform for the early detection of cancer using a standard blood draw. The company combines its deep expertise in molecular biology with advanced computational biology and machine learning to detect disease-associated patterns among billions of circulating cell-free biomarkers.


Flemingmartin Logo Color  FlemingMartin is a leading retained executive search firm with offices in Northern and Southern California. FlemingMartin partners with Boards, Venture Capital Firms, and CEOs to build successful, execution-focused management teams. The Firm’s principals are trusted advisors and business partners who enable companies to gain powerful, far-reaching, and lasting contributions from their executive-level human capital.