Scott Sinatra Appointed to New Role as Senior Vice President of Sales; Allyson Willoughby Joins as General Counsel and Senior Vice President of People

Sausalito, Calif., June 15, 2012 – Glassdoor, the leading social jobs and career community, today announced that it has strengthened its management team with the appointment of two key executives: Scott Sinatra and Allyson Willoughby. Sinatra has joined as senior vice president of sales and Willoughby has joined as general counsel and senior vice president of people.

The appointments come at a time of notable growth for the social jobs site, which offers employees and job seekers the information they need to make better career decisions, while helping employers attract and retain top talent. Glassdoor currently welcomes more than 8 million unique visitors a month, is the fastest growing jobs and career app on Facebook, and holds more than 2.5 million company ratings and reviews, salary reports, interview questions and reviews, workplace photos and more. In addition, Glassdoor has partnered with several Fortune 100 companies, as well as many small to mid-sized businesses, on their employment brand and recruiting efforts through Glassdoor’s Enhanced Employer Profiles, Featured JobAds and Company Spotlights.

“We are pleased to have these highly respected and experienced professionals join our team and lend great strength to our business expansion efforts,” said Robert Hohman, Glassdoor CEO and co-founder. “Both Scott and Allyson share Glassdoor’s passion to make workplace transparency the norm, so that in turn we improve the quality of conversation around one of the most important areas of lives – our careers.”

Prior to Glassdoor, Sinatra served as area director with BMC Software, the leader in business service management, where he was responsible for all BMC field sales and operations in the Northwest region of the United States. Before his tenure at BMC, he held various positions at BladeLogic, Moser Consulting, Datalink and Parametric Technology Corporation. In his role at Glassdoor, Sinatra will help employers establish and maintain technology-driven social recruiting solutions, while developing and managing high-performing talented professionals.

Willoughby was previously the senior vice president and general counsel of RockYou, a leader in social gaming and advertising, where she was responsible for all aspects of the company’s legal needs. Prior, Willoughby was general counsel of Method Products, a multi-national company that is a leading manufacturer of environmentally friendly, design-oriented household products. Willoughby started her in-house career at eBay.  In her last year with eBay, Allyson was the director of legal affairs for eBay subsidiary StubHub. At Glassdoor, Willoughby will lead the human resources and legal departments.

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About Glassdoor

Glassdoor is the leading social jobs and career community that helps employees, job seekers, employers and recruiters find and share detailed information about specific jobs and companies across the globe. Users have the ability to leverage their Facebook network to uncover Inside Connections at a company, see the latest job listings, as well as get access to proprietary user-generated content including salary data, company reviews, interview questions and reviews, office photos and CEO approval ratings. Glassdoor, founded in 2007 and headquartered in Sausalito, Calif., is backed by Benchmark Capital, Sutter Hill Ventures and Battery Ventures. More information about Glassdoor can be found on its blog, and by following the company on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. is a registered trademark; Inside Connections and JobScope are trademarks of Glassdoor, Inc.