Inoapps appoints Sakita Douglas as Chief People Officer
HR leader to evolve Inoapps’ people and workplace experience
Global Oracle partner Inoapps today announced that it has appointed Sakita Douglas as Chief People Officer.
Sakita will orchestrate Inoapps’ employee and workplace experiences, ensuring we continue to build a culture that supports the growth ambitions of the organization. As one of our executive leaders, Sakita will evolve and embed our people strategy as we grow in the US, Europe and Asia, and strengthen our Technology, Applications, Managed Services and Strategic Enterprise Consulting teams.
Sakita Douglas is a Human Resources leader with experience in organizations of scale across industries including High Tech, Construction, Oil & Gas, Utilities and the Public Sector. Having spent her career transforming HR organizations to deliver operational outcomes that improve employee and customer experiences, she most recently led Human Resources for Harris County, Texas - the third largest county in the United States - with 19,000 employees across 90 diverse departments.
Andy Bird, CEO Inoapps said: “Sakita is a versatile, fast moving and pragmatic leader who is known for adding value and success to the organizations she has supported. She brings the ability to connect quickly with senior leaders and employees alike, understand their challenges and work with them to develop strategic and tactical solutions. I know she will play a key role in Inoapps’ global expansion, maintaining our integrity as a people-centric business and one of the most attractive employers in the industry.”
Sakita Douglas, Chief People Officer at Inoapps said: “Inoapps is a perfect fit for me - a growing company where I can help to cultivate an engaging and rewarding workplace for our employees. Building talented, diverse teams and fostering career development will propel growth across the organization. I look forward to working with Andy Bird and the entire Inoapps team at this pivotal time in the company’s history to help lay the critical foundation for continued growth and expansion.”
Sakita serves on the board of Target Hunger and is actively involved in T-STEM (Texas Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) College Scholarship Program, the Houston Food Bank, Urban League Houston and Houston SPCA (Houston Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals).
A native Houstonian, Sakita is an enthusiastic active member of the greater Houston community and enjoys cooking, cycling, entertaining, travel and karaoke.