San Francisco, CA, March 28, 2022 – FlemingMartin is pleased to announce that Opendoor (Nasdaq: OPEN), the leading digital platform transforming the residential real estate industry, has hired Karen Miller Morris as its new VP Talent Strategy & Acquisition.
Karen is an enthusiastic builder who prides herself on workforce planning, making data-driven decisions, and building strong cross-functional relationships with executives and her team. She began her career as an auditor at KPMG where she earned her CPA before transitioning to recruiting. Karen has a strong foundation as a university recruiter and has great pedigree across companies such as KPMG, EA, NVIDIA, Cisco, Citadel, and most recently, Splunk, where she served as Senior Director of Product and Engineering. Karen is highly regarded as a thought leader in talent strategy with a passion for DEI.
Headquartered in San Francisco, Opendoor is the leading digital platform transforming the residential real estate industry. The Company is disrupting a massive market with $1.6 trillion of sales per year and 5 million homes sold annually, simplifying the home buying and selling process. Opendoor’s goal is to streamline the process of buying and selling a home into a seamless digital experience, eliminating uncertainty for sellers. The Company has built a simple, on-demand way to buy and sell a home on a mobile device. Buyers can download the Opendoor app, tour and visit homes in a few taps with self-tours, shop for financing at competitive rates, and make an offer, all with just a mobile device.
FlemingMartin, LLC, is a leading retained executive search firm with offices in Northern and Southern California. FlemingMartin partners with Boards, CEOs and Private Equity to build successful execution-focused management teams. FlemingMartin focuses in the Technology, Manufacturing, and Consumer Products & Services industries. 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.